Free Resources to Boost Your Training Management System

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Toolkit Videos 1 1 Training Toolkit from MasterControl: An effective training program can improve a company's efficiency and the overall quality of its products. Effective training programs are especially valuable to companies doing business in regulatory environments because they are required to accurately define, document and implement their trainings. MasterControl has invested more than 330 expert hours into the creation of this Training Toolkit that provides all the materials a company needs to develop an efficient and compliant training program. Demo: MasterControl Training Management Software MasterControl's training management softwaresolution makes it possible for companies to improve efficiency, reduce human errors and adhere to global regulatory training guidelines. This demo shows how MasterControl streamlines training programs by providing automated task routing, tracking and follow-up and helps companies solve employee training challenges. How Training Management Software Integrates with Document Control Processes Watch MasterControl customers explain how they are able to connect documents to associated training tasks and handle training with maximum efficiency. The interviewees tell how MasterControl's training module actually improves their processes and streamlines workflows. How MasterControl's Training Management Software Helps the Institute for Transfusion Medicine: This video case study shows how one MasterControl customer uses the training module to create "electronic classrooms" that allow all users to keep up with their training tasks. Training coordinators at the Institute for Transfusion Medicine also use MasterControl to attach multiple-choice tests to each training course to ensure the appropriate personnel are adequately informed of the latest SOP changes.

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