Are you using your time efficiently once you have the drivers onsite for orientation? No offense, but not likely. Orientation can be a time to really connect with your drivers and form personal bonds. Instead, most fleets squander this valuable time with making drivers fill out mountains of paperwork.
As we’ve all experienced, it’s not uncommon for you to get all these great leads in your ATS and then you work them a few times and if you don’t get in touch with them, you relegate them to the dusty corners of your ATS until you “remember” to follow up with them.
Access for drivers and staff – wherever, whenever
PowerPoint slides are a standard tool in every trainer’s toolbox, but it’s not often used to its full potential. A great slide deck can go a long way towards increasing the overall effectiveness of a training session, and it’s not nearly as difficult as it looks to create professional quality slides.
You’re implementing (or considering) online training, and you need to put together a business case that shows the investment will pay off. But how to do that? It’s rarely as simple as looking at crash or violation costs, so where do you start?
This session will explore the challenges of calculating ROI for training projects in general, and provide some specific tips related to online initiatives. Sections will include: