CPD Training & Development

Never again let an employee’s training certification expire. Assign Training and Development courses / tasks to your employees and allow them to upload their own certificate.
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Employee CPD

Continual Professional Development (CPD), otherwise known as Training and Development, is a simple and very effective way to manage your employees’ training and certifications.

Whether your employees are required to have certification or simply complete a course as a part of their work, you have the facility to record this training and allow the employee to upload their own certificate for you to validate.




Manage and Assign Documents

HRLocker will keep track of certification expiry dates and remind you when they are due for renewal. Basically, anything with an expiry date can be assigned and submitted for approval in the system. CPD assignments don’t have to be related to training, as items such as driving license renewals or work permits can also be processed and logged in the system.

Highlights

  • Simple creation of training items.
  • Easy upload of certifications.
  • System reminder emails prior to expiration of certifications.
  • Helps on-board new employees.

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Training Boosts Productivity

Keep morale and employee satisfaction levels high with agreed CPD plans. The CPD module settings also allow you to both send out training needs requests to your staff – for carrying out a Skills Gap or Training Needs Analysis – and for employees to request training themselves.

Highlights

  • Manage resourcing needs
  • Retain valuable employees
  • Develop team skillsets as your organisation grows

Take a look

Watch these clips on how employees would receive a training assignment to complete and how managers would assign a mandatory certification to submit.

Highlights

  • Assign items
  • Set completion dates
  • Easy employee upload from any device for manager validation



 

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CPD Training Development was last modified: December 7th, 2018 by Adam Coleman

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