Did you know that you can leverage Procede’s Learning Management System (LMS) to create a customized eLearning channel for training dealership staff?
With Procede Software’s new dealership eLearning channel offering, you can build your own training portal to provide all your dealership’s educational resources to staff in one convenient location. You can include any variety of learning tools such as training videos, meeting recordings, presentations, or job aids that you create as internal references for your employees.
The dealership eLearning channel also allows you to utilize reporting tools to verify the completion of all required trainings in compliance with your dealership’s policies. Furthermore, you can generate assessments, such as quizzes or knowledge checks, to measure staff proficiency with the training materials. Additionally, you can motivate staff by using digital badges that reward them for their progress.
To create your customized eLearning channel, Procede’s Education & Training Services team will set up, test and publish your training content in your private, custom-branded location within the portal. By request, our team will also manage settings including course access, training due dates, and internal messaging features to create customized learning paths for groups or individuals. We also provide consulting and development for assessments and digital badges that encourage and track staff progress.
Procede is offering the dealership eLearning channel for a limited-time, introductory price valid until December 31, 2019. Introductory pricing starts at $10/month per dealership for the basic offering, which includes a custom-branded dealership eLearning channel and the setup and hosting of up to 20 learning tools per year. The premium offering is $20/month per dealership and includes the setup and hosting of up to 20 learning tools and 20 custom-created assessments per year, as well as the ability to utilize digital badges to reward users. Additional learning tools are available at $10 each. Both the basic and premium offerings require a one-year commitment.