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Training

Conduct your employee trainings in a systematic manner. Get feedback and continuously improve your training programs.

Create trainings and map them to competencies. Allow employees to nominate self or others. See training costs and history.

High-Level Features

Training types

Create the types of trainings conducted in your organization: regular / one-off, group specific / open to all.

Training master

Define the training courses that employees in your organization can sign up for, and map them to competencies that they improve.

Trainer master

Create a list of trainers who conduct the trainings. Capture trainer cost to capture the cost of training.

Nomination / approval / rejection

Allow employees to nominate (self or others) and approvers to approve / reject.

Feedback

Get training feedback from trainees on the trainers, and training effectiveness feedback from managers on the trainees.

History

See the complete history of trainings attended by employees and the cost incurred by your organization for the same.

Integration with attendance

Get integration with the Attendance app and have attendance for trainees marked automatically on training days.

Integration with other apps

Get integration with Employee On-boarding, Performance Appraisals 180, and Meeting Room Reservation apps.

Query Builder

Get many ready reports at the click of a button. If you need more reports, build them with the help of our Query Builder.

Insightful Analytics

Gain deep insights into the data generated by the app with the help of analytics that we have thoughtfully created for you.

Reminder framework

Stop worrying about not getting things done on time with Nitovate’s configurable timely reminders and focus on what you do best!

Notification framework

Get notifications about all the actions performed in the system, by whom and when, and always stay on top of things!

Industry Facts

  • On average, 15% of a company’s workforce — roughly one in seven employees — are A players, or “stars.”

    hbr.org

  • As capabilities fall behind companies abilities to keep up with employee training demand and career growth has dropped by percent

    www2.deloitte.com