Invest in bespoke and adaptive learning for your staff

No one person has the same cognitive and academic abilities, which forms the basis of the argument for adaptive learning in the workplace. Why should you plan your training around other’s plans and schedules? As the sole regional representatives of aNewSpring software adaptive learning solutions, our offering allows your staff to train and learn at their own pace.

We are experienced in helping companies to develop and configure their systems to suit the training requirements of their companies. Through our long history of service, we’ve been able to learn a lot about the challenges faced by our clients and their staff and have been able to tailor our approach to meet these demands.

Improve knowledge retention with innovative adaptive learning solutions

You can also improve your staff’s knowledge retention through using our innovative solution, offering them the space to learn at their own pace. The content is cleverly reinforced after the course completion and skills gained in training are implemented into daily processes.

Real-time reports are generated and can be accessed by management to view progress, engagement and the skill levels of staff members. Our course content can be tailored to suit individual learner abilities as well as corporate requirements. Your staff will be able to make use of our adaptive learning processes and learn anywhere, any time, on any device.

We will help to produce custom course content that has been developed specifically for your company to complement your company’s look and feel. These are only a few of the many different benefits that aNewSpring’s e-learning solutions will offer your company.

To learn more about our adaptive learning products and services and to find out how your company can benefit from it, contact LA Intronet. Our experts are at hand to answer all your questions and help you to make informed decisions regarding our innovative adaptive learning offerings for your company.

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