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With all the training and competence data on one system, reporting is no longer a difficult, time-consuming or manual task. The power of the data held
within CALMcloud, married with the intuitive user-interface, means that you can easily create a whole suite of custom reports, from global views of the organisation to granular views of individuals or specific courses.

With this knowledge, comes the ability to more efficiently manage the training and competence of your workforce.


A user-friendly view of key reporting data

For online learning and instructor-led training (ILT) there are sections that allow you to see all the courses that are available on the system. With this overview you can then drill down to view and report on courses by site, type or by individual course.

Simple colour coding ensures you can easily assess status and progress and identify any potential problem areas.

Every course has a number of statuses available to the user:

• Not Started
• In Progress
• Complete
• Expiring Soon
• Expired

These can be done per course, per user, by site or at a whole company level, additionally this can be focussed to a particular time frame.

The report information can then be printed or downloaded as a pdf so it can easily be circulated within the organisation.


Keeping track of competence

Occupational Competence is something that has traditionally been difficult to track and monitor. A new starter, for example, is linked to a competent employee who supports them through their first few months, but how is their progress recorded or measured?

The CALMcloud system has a dedicated Occupational Competence section that allows you to set your standards, allocate mentors or assessors to an individual and then log, track progress and assess performance before signing off as competent.

The Occupational Competence report shows the various stages that a user can be at for a certain procedure, policy or internal standard. Again this can be done at a company-wide level or at a particular site.

The standard stages are set on a four level Competence cycle and are fully configurable to suit the individual standard requirements.

1. Review the Standard
2. Assess Knowledge
3. Develop Skill
4. Assess Competence

These can then be reported across the key aspects of overall status, completed or renewal.