Whether you are a small organization or a multinational organization, you should be adept at assessing training needs.
Create assignments for groups or individuals with defined formats, content and submission rules. Create quizzes from scratch using a highly intuitive quiz creation wizard.
Specify multiple grading structures along with descriptions and interpretations. Apply separate grading schemes for different courses such as CGPA standards, absolute grades or custom grading.
Track student performance through Gradebook analysis and adapt teaching methodology accordingly. Measure course delivery effectiveness through average class performance graphs and implement improvement measures.
The training needs assessment is a critical activity for the training and development function. Deskera eTraining will help you get training and development functions and how the needs assessment fits into this process, followed by an in-depth look at the core functions involved in conducting a training needs assessment.
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