Training as part of an IT project should equip the users to reach and exceed the defined KPIs for the processes that the software supports. Training is something that is done to learners, learning is something they own and do themselves. Any training initiative must aim to move the emphasis from training to learning as quickly as possible.
When engaging with ITTSI on a project you draw on the following history of knowledge, skills and experience.
We develop learning material in the format that best suits your company learning culture.
Printed and/or Electronic material, Manuals, Quick Reference Guides, Reference Cards, PowerPoint decks, Audio files, Video files, In-App contextual help files.
Virtual Instructor Led Training, Online Learning content, SCORM files for Learning Management Systems, Guided Self-study.
A goal set defines the outcome, a goal monitored ensures the outcome. Adoption monitoring and reporting gives insight into the successful implantation of the project.
Agreed indicators are monitored and reported on. This allows the project and management teams to intervene to address issues and capitalise on opportunities.
Technology creates its own opportunities and Microsoft supplies technological opportunity in leaps and bounds. Once users own the functionality in the implemented software they experience and change in momentum towards the possibility. It is this change that brings the opportunity to introduce further functionality to increase efficiencies.
Change is traumatic and it is best handled by supplying ample information long before the event. We provide you with guides and templates for introducing the upcoming change.
We either handle the delivery of the training sessions with one of our trainers or we hand-over and transfer the training packs to your training team. If required we will provide support during the first round of training to ensure the success of the delivery.
The first couple of days using a new system determines the degree to which users will adopt the system. A minimum of three days onsite (In-reach) support increases that adoption to 75% of the user audience.
Training is something that is done to learners, learning is something they own and do themselves. Any training initiative must aim to move the emphasis from training to learning is quickly as possible. Due to the deliverables of IT projects learning expectations can be clearly defined so that training does not need to be a hit or miss expense. Training cost can be optimised to ensure learning occurs.
22 years of IT training development and delivery.
Training in the following industries, hospitality, finance, insurance, security, health care, energy and resources, logistics, construction and infrastructure, FMCG.
Reporting on both the delivery of the learning intervention and the user adoption post training and go-live.
Experience with the setup and use of various Learning Management Systems like Moodle, Joomla LMS, and a couple of proprietary systems.
Providing an end to end service as far as developing and delivering learning interventions or equipping organisational onsite teams to deliver the content.
Production of learning content in various formats for both online and hard copy consumption. Production of content for all presentation formats such as Instructor Led Training, Online presentation, Self-directed learning.
Development and facilitation of learning activities, practical exercises and assessments.
22 years of IT training development and delivery.
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Portfolio of some past, completed projects done by ITTSI
Number of users trained: 60
Training methods: Hardcopy manuals and Instructor Led (classroom) training.
The client used the software to plan and optimise regularly scheduled delivery and pickup routes.
Application: Microsoft Excel and Access
Number of users trained: 550
Training methods: Electronic manuals and Instructor Led (classroom) training.
The client used a combination or the two applications to extract and analyse expense information. The analysts and users were trained on basic to advanced features of both applications as well as using macros to extend and automate the reporting functionality in Excel.
Application: Dynamics CRM Customer Service and Marketing
Number of users trained: 2300
Training methods: Online training content hosted in a Learning Management System and Instructor Led (classroom) training.
The client used a customised implementation of Customer Service to track customer information and queries. The Marketing application was used to initiate and track campaigns to current customers.
Application: Dynamics Customer Service and Field Service
Number of users trained: 150
Training methods: Instructor Led (classroom) training.
The client used a customised implementation of Customer Service to track customer information and queries. The Field Service application was used to capture, track and complete work for new and current customers.
Application: Dynamics 365 Sales and Customer Service
Number of users trained: 800
Training methods: Online training content hosted in a Learning Management System and Virtual Instructor Led training.
The client used both applications across various departments to manage both sales to new customers, queries by current customers and associates.
Application: Dynamics CRM Sales
Number of users trained: 100
Training methods: Hard copy manuals and Instructor Led (classroom) training.
The client introduced Microsoft CRM to their sales staff to manage customer records and track communication and costs on customer engagements.