A good training management system is at the center of every safe industrial operation. That’s why it’s important to think carefully when choosing yours. In today’s blog, we’ll be looking at a few of the most important aspects of any training management system. Hopefully, by the end, you’ll know exactly what you’re looking for. 


An Integrated Course Builder:

At the heart of a good training management system is obviously the training itself. That’s why a solid course builder needs to be a part of any good TMS. Ideally, this would mean a simple drag and drop interface that is easy to use but contains all the tools necessary for every type of training. Additionally, a quality TMS like cerTrax includes the ability to instantly distribute new courses to trainers, allowing for a streamlined training process.


Digital Form Management:

The ability to digitally manage forms in critical to keeping your training from becoming a headache. An entire workplace’s training and compliance amounts to A LOT of paper. Trying to keep track of all of it physically or with Excel is asking for trouble. Using a TMS like cerTrax, trainers can instantly generate and store digital, compliant certificates upon completion of training.


Simple Training Administration:

The ability to administer training effectively is absolutely essential. That’s the point of a TMS, right? That means a good TMS makes it easy to go from creating a new course to having all necessary personnel trained on it ASAP. That’s why cerTrax training administration is as easy as using an Ipad. Whether it’s single or multi-day training, cerTrax makes it easy to deliver it effectively.


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