The Continuous Learning Campaign (CLC) for IT is a New Way to Learn: designed for the speed of the Cloud. Syncing our skill building, coaching, video reference library, and the Tip of the Day -along with other features- to cause a 'demand pull' by end users, in order to enhance productivity.
There are 3 components that make our CLC stand out:
To mount a campaign, you need a well-thought-out plan that syncs with end users' software learning during their time of need, while nurturing their willingness to learn. This requires an adaptable approach, where the user is in control: providing the opportunity to participate in small ‘bite-sized’ chunks of learning.
In order to build a continuous learning environment, four fundamental components must be implemented:
Skill Building: Many users today admit they are too busy to use a LMS and desire quick learning tools. Our CLC provides microlearning modules called Skill Tracks; designed from 1-2 hours, they have lessons, activities, assessments, and coaching. All can be customized or users can opt to create their own. We have a prebuilt library of 100+ Skill Tracks.
Tip-Based Learning: Our prebuilt Tip of the Day learning paths lead users through the key functions needed to complete important tasks in 3-minute increments. We possess a comprehensive set of learning paths from beginner to advanced for IT desktop and mobile applications.
Community Coaching: Most of today's applications require users to work differently. Some users will require coaching to enhance their learning. Our CLC supports coaching by peers or support resources. This allows users to register for coaching, mark their skills, and allocate time on the coaching schedule. Users are able to view which coaches are available!
Video Reference Library: When you have a software-related question, multimedia lets you see the process, hear the explanation, and then do the task. Today's users want to watch short videos to learn, and our solution provides access to over 50,000 videos categorized by application or subject. Users can simply search by keywords or browse the library by category.