Frequently Asked Questions

Below are some of our questions we receive routinely. If you have a question that is not listed below, please feel free to drop us an email at 

1. Test drive our product. Go to the Catalog page and select one of our demo products that are free.   2. Purchase the courses you need for your employees. If you purchase one course for one person you will be given access directly to that course. If you purchase more than one course you will be provided an access code for each course purchased. Please note these codes can only be used by one person. Once it's used it cannot be reused or transferred to another employee.     

We frequently have the need to plug in courses from outside our company.  As long as the course is built and packaged as SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model), PowerPoint or Video we can connect your course to our LMS. 

Training has many benefits to an organization. Those benefits include a safer workplace, more productive employees, ability to secure insurance, protection of your business reputation, minimization of risk of legal action, reduced absenteeism due to injury, lower employee turnover, and higher employee morale.

Compliance training is employee training mandated by legislation, regulation or policy. It educates your employees on the laws or regulations applicable to their job function, industry, profession, or employment. These laws are predominantly in place to maintain the safety of the workforce and the dignity of the employee. Training laws or regulations are mandatory, so logically the focus is on recording completion. Why is a smooth compliance training process important? Good corporate compliance programs help to prevent poor conduct and ensure proper governance in your organization. This helps to minimize risk, maintain your reputation and provides a better environment for your employees to work in - benefiting productivity in the log run.

Compliance training traditionally is very length and requires employees to sit through hours of course materials. There are many reasons traditional training fails. Those reasons include being boring, intrusive, having low retention, hard to keep up-to-date and, worst of all, employees click through it just to get it done.