YCA e-learning allows organisations to engage employees in e-learning. It helps users to learn anytime, from anywhere, and thereby enhance their skills and knowledge. E-learning has proved to be the best means, especially when training programs and other learning resources need to be shared across the organisation with much ease. Resources can be made available to everyone.
Organisations can upload learning modules for different categories and make it available for employess. Users can attach different types of files and make it either private or public. Detailed description regarding the resources can be added along with tags. There are no limits to the number of files that one can add. Category division helps in identifying the resources easily. The Learning files listing gives a detailed view of the resources available. E-learning modules can be categorised as ‘My Learning’, ‘Completed Learning’ and ‘Public Learning’.
Organisations can create and send invitations via emails to employees and notify them. Users can re-invite the employees within a specific time period. A draft email is provided so that each learning invitation can be circulated with much ease. Sending reminder invitations will keep the employee notified and eases communication within the organisation.
Learning pathway gives an overview of the individual’s learning journey. When there are sub modules in a single module, the learning pathway holds a timeline view of the activities that took place. The learner is provided with a view of the progress of the course that he undergoes. Learners can access the course library and on completion of the course individuals can download the certificates.
Users can view the selected course in detail, access the resource library, and download course completion certificates. Certificates can be downloaded only after the completion of the learning. Detailed views of each module and sub-modules are available which makes the learning easy with specified topics.
Users can view the learner's learning history. The listing will provide details like the learner’s name and number, module, sub-module, description regarding the activity that took place, the date and time. Learning history can be filtered using the learner’s name, number, or date. A graphical representation of the Learner Learning History Report can be generated.
Get reports on completed and progressing courses. Users can track the progress of the courses offered, whether it is ongoing or completed. Course reports can be generated with a course name, learner name, or even learner number. Along with the course report, users can generate resource reports as well.