Since VTA 8.0 got such a great makeover, we decided to spruce up the Online Certificate program, its instructions and templates.
There are other ways to associate or generate a completion certificate in VTA. For example:
•A modified Attendance Report can create a certificate for each student.
•You can scan hard-copies and associate them as Roster Documents so students, supervisors and instructors can access them in Learner.
Using the VTA Online Certificate program is still the easiest method to get a completion certificate into your students’ hands so we hope the 2017 updates help make that easier for you.
Overview RISC Inc’s first mobile application, the PDF Annotator, was introduced at the 2014 VTALive conference in Las Vegas and mobile application development has not stopped since. Based on user feedback, RISC has been active migrating a subset of Learner…
To continue this series on the VTA TM feature used to help organizations assign compliance training, let’s look at the Periods tab of a TMG record.
Regardless of the complexity of your organization, you will need to consider an approach to VTA TM that works for everyone to manage their compliance training. Some aspects of the design must be determined to accommodate the entire organization, across the enterprise. These are settings, values or processes you set up to be used by everyone. Other decisions can be determined at the Site level.
In the previous post, we looked at setting up Skills data in VTA Backoffice. In this post, we will cover VTA Backoffice tools to help you manage Skills data.
Team Management was designed to assign the right training for a student’s compliance training needs according to their Risk Level and Preferred Language, according to input from their Primary Supervisor in Learner. As we wrap it up into VTA 7.2, I’d like to officially introduce you to the 7th assessment type available in VTA to help meet your compliance training needs!