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Digital training features that build learner stickiness

Blog posts | 14.12.2021
Sally-Tutill

Sally Tutill

Nurture Marketing Specialist at Kineo AU

Choosing a digital training provider and don’t know how or where to begin? 

We understand there’s a plethora of offerings to select from. If you are looking at off the shelf library content for your workforce, and are a little overwhelmed, there’s a few points you’ll want to consider.

Real-time information

If the course is compliance based, you’ll want to be able to rely on the latest legislation.  The course content should be concise, using simple language and packed with great learning design with the capability of issuing a course completion certificate that verifies the learner has completed - and passed - the requisite knowledge assessments. 

SCORM deployment 

An essential shopping list item that means you can quickly and simply upload your courses library on your own learning management system (LMS) or through the learning provider's plug and play solution.  

Workplace course topics span categories such as ethics & conduct and worker health & safety along with specialist subjects to meet current skills gaps and address future workforce training needs. Take Infection Protection Control for example; a subject that, albeit deemed essential within Healthcare, caught us by surprise and has taken a top 5 seat in the last two years as a must-have for all workplaces.

Multi format on any device, and at any time

Key course features nowadays should include multimedia formats like video, contain scenario based animations and engaging interactive activities. 

You want your training to be responsive with an agile learning format that accommodates multiple versions of every screen for a superior learning experience. Meet your learner in their time of need, whether that’s at the desk, on site, during their commute or in a shared space.  

Pre-assessment technology to minimise learner seat time 

Proven to save time and money pre-assessment technology dynamically adapts training modules for learners.  Existing knowledge counts and is removed to streamline required learning, focusing only on areas where gaps have been identified. Check out the short video to find out more about how this tool works.

Accessible to meet your learner’s personal needs

An estimated 1 in 6 Australians live with a disability so choose a learning provider with accessible learning content that ensures inclusiveness, anti-discrimination and equal opportunity.

Some of the main digital accessibility challenges that are addressed with accessibility include vision impairment, hearing impairment and reading and comprehension challenges. Whatever the need, learners should be able to access training on their own terms and build new knowledge in a way that suits them best. Learning content that meets accessibility standards to WCAG 2.1 level AA conformance requirements ensures that whatever the learning need, it will meet the user in a way that suits their learning preference.

Kineo Courses off the shelf library content has all of the above covered…and more. We say, don’t take our word for it…see for yourself why 181,000+ learners have given the course library 4.3 out of 5 for user experience. 

And…there’s a free trial of the entire Kineo Courses library available to sample - that’s over 100 courses you can peruse.  Grab your key to access 26 ethics and conduct courses, 47 health, disability and aged care courses and 47 health and safety titles. 

Get in touch? We’re here to help.

Sally-Tutill

Sally Tutill

Nurture Marketing Specialist at Kineo AU


Since the year immemorial Sally has exercised an avid passion for creativity with words, images and Pilates.  She is most content in the workplace when crafting enticing messages that inspire and engage.

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