Our new Learning module helps you to easily create learning content for your employees. You can either create learning content from your internal materials or curate third-party content into your library. Quickly add documents, videos, text, articles, and more to build up your library.
The Learning module builds on the following functions:
Learning paths guide employees through a completely customisable curriculum. You can create any number of paths and assign them to employees - either manually or completely automatically based on automation rules. By setting timelines for content releases and deadlines for completion you keep all learning progress on track. Each path includes learning elements that can be used across paths.
Learning elements are the building blocks of the Learning Module. Learning elements can be combined together to form Learning paths that employees can partake in.
Leapsome currently supports 3 types of learning elements:
- Articles: Articles are the most classical type of learning elements. An "article" can be a link to an external or internal webpage, a PDF document, a presentation, an infographic, etc.
- Videos: Videos are very similar to articles but with some format optimisations. Videos natively support YouTube links (more supports can be added if needed), and any popular video format (.mp4, .mov, etc...).
- Quizzes: To ensure that your employees have understood the learning material and developing new skills, Quizzes are an interactive type of learning element to test the newly acquired knowledge. You can use a multiple-choice answer format (with one correct answer).
Continuous people development should be a strategic priority. Thus, you need to be able to keep track of the success of your learning programs. In the Learning Dashboard, you get a clear overview of employee learning progress. You can see enrollment numbers, progress status and completion rates both as an aggregate across the company and for individual employees. See who is already benefiting from your program and who might need an extra hand.