In today’s scenario, most organizations are focussing on building capabilities and enabling their employee to upskill in relevant areas. In the competitive business environment, it is the organizations with better and more relevant skills that succeed. And this is true across industries and domains.
Banks need their employees to be trained well on their processes to ensure efficient and cost-effective customer engagement, Manufacturers need their workmen to be trained on the relevant operations and quality objectives, and IT & ITES companies have to constantly up-skill and cross-train employees to be able to offer solutions across a wide range of technologies, FMCG companies need to continuously train their field force on assortments, product messaging and the like. And organizations are increasingly spread across geographies and hence need a learning solution that can cater to scores of diverse employees across various locations.
Enter Oracle Learning Cloud! A cutting-edge, Learning Management Solution (LMS) on the cloud with unmatched depth in features and functionality and ease of use that makes onboarding the solution a breeze!
Works with Any HCM Solution
- Oracle Learning Cloud naturally integrates with Oracle HCM solution
- Oracle Learning Cloud has seamless integration with the Profile Management & Performance Management modules. Integration with the Profile Management module enables HR to identify the skill gap for existing employees and recommend the required learning to bridge this gap
- Integration with the Performance Management module allows the managers to view & evaluate the performance of the employees based on the Learning Courses the employee has undertaken
- It also can be integrated with any third-party HRMS solution
Oracle Learning Cloud modules take care of all the training needs and help the organization track, control, and manage the overall learning process. It encompasses all training methodologies such as blended learning, classroom learning, and online training. The learning module also includes social learning, where specific employees designated as subject matter experts can share knowledge with other users. Subject matter experts create their own content in a variety of media formats, such as videos, images, and documents. They can either share it privately with specific users or publicly with the whole Organisation
Reporting Managers can also assign specific learning paths or training programs to their employees based on the employee’s performance or job role requirements. Within the dashboard, managers can set deadlines for completing those courses and track employees’ learning progress. They can also run real-time reports on learner engagement and other metrics.
A learning dashboard for employees gives a complete snapshot of the learning courses/programs that employees are a part of and the progress of the employees in these programs.
A learning dashboard for managers gives a snapshot of the learning progress of all their direct reporters.
Employees who need to renew their certifications for compliance purposes receive automatic alerts that the certifications are up for renewal, as well as any assignments they need to complete. Those assignments can be set up by the administrator that is based on the company’s processes.
Apart from this, there is also an Oracle mobile application where learners and managers access learning plans and other features. It includes a recommendation engine that analyses the learner’s profile and learning history to provide personalized additional learning recommendations.
In addition, Oracle provides the Transactional BI report that gives the flexibility to report on any learning activity. Custom Oracle BI publisher reports can be developed to meet customer-specific requirements.