Rome wasn’t built in a day, as they say, and most of us didn’t get where we are today by simply reading a book. To learn well, you need a careful combination of theory, practice and application, with evaluation and feedback to ensure continuous development.
Our new carer training app offers everything you need in one seamless, user-friendly experience. Equip your carers with the best possible training and achieve record lows in staff turnover by creating only the most confident, competent carers.
So what is it?
On.Board has three main applications:
Create feedback loops between learner and mentor
Encourage and store evidence of learning
Host your own branded learning content
Why is it different?
Traditional digital learning products have a heavy focus on theory, with products focussing on content only. On.Board is an interactive app that focuses more on creating a stimulating and effective learning experience, not just reams of content.
Facilitate communication between your trainers, managers and carers
Adapt colours, logos and content to your organisation and region
Add milestones to sequence the learning and drive completion
Track learning and progress via a reporting dashboard
Encourage self reflections
Monitor how well carers understood critical policies
Manage, record and sign off observations in the field
Maximise shadowing activities, enable mentors to pass on their expertise easily
Imagine the difference
Imagine getting your teams to higher levels of competence, fast.
Imagine learning gaps being illuminated through clear, simple reporting.
Imagine a team of fully trained, happy staffthat stay with you longer.
If you’d like to find out more, sign up for a demo to see our customisable homecare program
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