Our support team can be reached at [email protected] or by phone at (866) 571-4859 #2. Our support team only provides support to designated customer training administrators, not to individual learners.
All of the courses we deliver are SCORM 1.2 conformant. The HIPAA, Medicare and all OSHA and EEO courses contain an end of course assessment which must be completed with a minimum passing score of 80% to achieve a completed passed status. The course also include audio narration, exercises and provide bookmarking.
The ability to create a new report is determined by the permissions assigned to the user's security role. In typical configurations only users with the security role of Administrator and eLearning Administrator have the permissions to create a report. Users with other security roles may be granted permission to view existing reports.
Our online store is integrated with our learning management system so you can begin training with your purchased courses in a matter of minutes. The system generates registration keys for purchases allowing for self-registration into the training courses. This convenient method allows you to purchase courses for multiple learners and then distribute the registration key(s) to the learners so they can register themselves in the LMS, enter the registration codes of the purchased course(s) and begin training immediately. You will receive an order confirmation email after you complete your purchase with your registration keys. The email also includes the following [...]
The LMS is very configurable to allow customers to tailor the functionality to fit their training requirements. Authorized administrators are able to add or delete LMS functionality by using the Content Manager. They can also change the menu structure and the functionality that displays on new or existing pages.
Setup is a quick and easy process since we do the work for you. We'll setup your portal, putting in branding information, setup your departmental structure and more so you can begin training without having to learn a new software system.