33 Reviews and Ratings
8 Reviews and Ratings
360Learning allowed us to stimulate and engage our collaborators during the pandemic. Best practices and knowledge are now shared on the platform. We have built training programs and made partnerships with training catalogs to provide resources to our collaborators. We also designed onboarding for the newcomers. It is really appreciated at Leyton.
General Assembly is an awesome tool to use when you want to gain more knowledge about a certain topic. It provides workshops and classes that you can take on a one-time basis with no contract. This is a great way to dip your toe in the water and see if you want to take a full on course Incentivized
Data storage and organization of training by labor department to directly focus the training according to the area that each work team needs.As a process manager I am in charge of evaluating that each mechanism is working properly, it is then how having a monitoring section facilitates my work and offers all the necessary characteristics that allow me to reinforce my work to do the best for professional training.A/B tests that give us the possibility to test the implementation of different modules.Easy to use tool, completely intuitive and offers most of the time optimal options making the tools adapt to what we need to do.Incentivized
Easy to use website.Free workshops!Variety of courses for different skills.Incentivized
The search field for videos isn't as robust as we need. It only searches videos that the user has already watched rather than searching all available videos.Ability to edit the videos recorded in the platform.Ability to manually mark courses as complete for a group of users.Ability to create multiple questions graded quizzes in the platform - rather than 1 question at a time.
More free classes would be great.Courses are pricey.More resources online such as blogs for tips and tricks.Incentivized
Since I started in our organization, 360Learning has evolved and keep evolving and makes the experience easier and better.
You don't really need to be trained to use it, it's like social media. If not, there's full documentation available, it's not a steep learning curve at all. There's lots of advice about how to better use the platform too. I don't see any need for improvement here but left a 9/10 JUST in case.Incentivized
We have amazing support from the Customer Success Director.
I was not part of the implementation.
So we have a subscription to microsoft that has learning as well (provided by former lynda) and that doesn't do as well as 360Learning does, nor does it allow you the ability to create courses, everything is custom built by Lynda or third party resources so the ability to view great up to date content and to be able to create our own has been a huge sales point.Incentivized
I don't typically use Kahn Academy, but it serves a similar purpose which is training an individual in different topics. I personally love being able to attend classes in person at General Assembly so I would chose that over Kahn Academy. However, Kahn Academy is free and General Assembly sometimes costs money. All in all I would still chose General Assembly Incentivized
Creating an open space where all the members of the different teams can optimally engage in their work and function comfortably in the professional field, having with them the necessary tools to enhance their work, has undoubtedly brought all the necessary rewards, this has given us Saved time by avoiding future failures, thus acting as a preventive system, having the team prepared for future incidents allows us to avoid bad situations and maintain an active line of work with favorable results most of the time.Incentivized
It has helped me become a better project manager.It has allowed my colleagues to attend classes together outside of work.Great networking.Incentivized