A RELIABLE System with demonstrated stability and speed is ESSENTIAL in environments where safety and security protocols change rapidly. The eWebOQ® Learning Management System can deploy tests and courses in less than an hour, automatically generating requisite records and reports.

Some of the advantages your company will notice immediately:

Curriculum Management

  • Administrators can utilize eWebOQ to create Roles, Jobs or Tracks to Organize their training into easily assignable segments.
  • Due dates can be customizable and the system can automatically manage due dates based on prior history.
  • Curriculum can be added to Groups for “Group based” assignments.
  • Set different success levels for different groups taking the same course.

Bundled Assignments

The bundled assignment feature allows the administrator to simplify the task of making and maintaining user assignments by creating blocks of assignments and attaching them to users either directly or indirectly.

  • Assignment Blocks – Jobs and Tracks are examples of assignment blocks. They include a list of Courses and Equivalencies that are related, based on the fact that the training is always assigned to users together.
  • Organizational Assignments – The Learning Management System provides an organizational framework which allows users to be placed in a hierarchical structure. Assignments made to an organization will propagate through the groups of users. If users are moved from one group to another, their assignments will be modified automatically to match the new Group’s assignments.
  • Role-Based Assignments – The Learning Management System provides the Role manager feature as a tool to arrange users in one or more Roles. Assignments made to a Role will propagate to all users in that Role.

Automatic Scheduling

Scheduling training dates and managing re-training intervals can be a difficult job. With the Learning Management System Automatic Scheduling features, that job can be completely removed from your daily routine.

  • Initial Training Dates – When Courses are assigned to a user, the initial Due Date will be determined by our initial training options. The Admin can set the training to schedule itself a few months after assignment, or they may select a calendar date (month and day) of the current year or the next occurrence (which may be the following year).
  • Retake Months – When the Course has been completed successfully, the next retake date will be determined by the Retake Months interval the Admin set on the Course, after either the date of completion or the date of assignment.

Records and Reporting

The records and reporting system has been designed to make auditing easier, and also provide the trainers with valuable information about student performance and issues in the training pool.

  • Standard Records – All history records are tied to an Employee account, and an event called a “Course.” The date the credit was for, the date the credit was given, the score, and the result (pass or fail) are all recorded in the record. In addition, the Learning Management System allows for documents (files) to be linked to training results, as well as the cost or hours for the training.
  • eWebOQ® Training – Additionally, when using the LMS training content, the history will link to data about questions and answers submitted by students, whether they were correct or not, and even how long it took them to complete the training.
  • Statistics – The reporting also provides the trainers with the ability to run statistics on training they create in the Learning Management System, to determine the effectiveness of training or perhaps gaps in workplace knowledge that need to be addressed with future training.

Learning Object Editing

The learning object editing system, or Test Manager, provides the trainer with a valuable resource when it comes to quickly developing Effective and Efficient training. The Learning Management System model for training development is outcome-based. The Trainer determines what they want to teach, how to evaluate knowledge, then ties the knowledge to the evaluation, or what we call a Question.

  • Questions – The question is the atomic unit of training in the Learning Management System. The Question object consists of an Evaluation, Training content to support the evaluation, content to reinforce training (feedback). Questions can be weighted using a simple point scale, and the evaluation may also be timed.
  • Tests – The Test is a collection of Questions related to a learning topic. The Learning Management System allows Questions to be used by multiple Tests. The Test can be executed by the system in several different modes:
    • Learning Mode – Provides the content to the student for the Questions. Also, if there is feedback, the student is shown the appropriate feedback based on the success or failure in the evaluation step. In Learning Mode, the student must complete all evaluations successfully in order to complete.
    • Slideshow Mode – Provides the content to the student, automatically moving to the next slide after a time. No evaluations are given.
    • Final Test Mode – Provides the Question evaluation without content. The student answers the evaluations to the best of their ability, and a final score is rendered based, on the Question points.
    • Study Mode – For the student who wants to try answering Questions without content (like a final test), but does not want to create a history record.
    • Pre-Test Mode – Similar to the Final Test mode, the student is provided Question evaluations.
    • Adaptive Mode – This mode starts with a Pre-test, then delivers only the content for questions the user missed in the Pre-Test. This reduces seat-time for the student, and improves learning by focusing only on the content the student is lacking.
  • Records – Testing records are tracked within the LMS, and can be used effectively in blended training and for making improvements to the Questions themselves.

Classroom Management

The classroom management system is designed to reduce conflicts for personnel, equipment, and locations, as well as provide a way for the student to access necessary information and documents for classroom training.

  • E-Mail Alerts – The classroom management system sends out e-mail alerts to students reminding them of upcoming classes in which they are enrolled. Also, it e-mails the student if changes are made to the class or their enrollment status.
  • Class Size Restrictions – The Learning Management System will automatically begin wait-listing students when the class size limit (if defined) is reached. If users are dropped from the class, wait-listed users are automatically enrolled by the system.
  • Class Rosters – The system can generate printed class rosters on which students can sign in.

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