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Maximise training ROI with the Learning Manager Dashboard

By Paul Wahltuch 
Published: June 6, 2023
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The new Learning Manager Dashboard is designed to ensure those training licences you’ve purchased are being actively used. It allows you to check the overall status of training programs, easily spot idle learners and quickly reassign individuals in the queue.

We all know that when things get busy, important training programs can fall by the wayside leaving purchased training seats lying dormant for weeks on end. The latest addition to the Potential platform, the Learning Manager Dashboard is all about ensuring those training licences are giving you the maximum return on investment.

What's new?

Managers will now have a one-stop-shop to manage licences and check the status of individuals currently in training. The dashboard shows broad metrics on the overall program as well as identifying the current status of each individual learner. If learners have remained idle for a long time, Managers can reach out with a prompt to complete the training or easily re-assign seats to individuals in the queue.

The Learning Manager Dashboard enables you to:

  • Ensure training seats don’t remain vacant for long
  • Easily identify and manage idle learners
  • Quickly reassign and reorder training queues

The Learning Manager Dashboard is all about ensuring that those training licences you’ve purchased give you back the maximum return on your investment.

If you have fresh ideas, feedback or suggestions for the product team, get in touch today.

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