August 17, 2021
It’s time to spend less time analysing and making sense of your training progress data, and let MOT Juice do that for you.
This month, we released a new update to our Training and CPD platform that allows you the ability to track and monitor training completion in various ways.
Over the last few months, we’ve learned that many of our clients prefer to see training progress in different ways.
What this highlighted to us was that no 2 users are the same. So to accommodate for this, we’ve built in 3 different ways of viewing the training grids so that no matter how you prefer to view training progress, you can be sure the MOT Juice Annual Training system makes it as easy as possible.
The 3 methods are:
– Date Taken
– Completed Months
This method has been our default view for many years. Your training grids will show how much training has been conducted in each given month, and on the flip-side, any months where training has not been completed.
From the screenshot above, it’s quick to see where your testers are completing their training, and where they aren’t.
This method has been a popular request from a large amount of MOT Juice users. Using this view, your training grids will show which modules have been completed, and which modules have been missed.
MOT Juice supplies 1 training module for each calendar month, so you will be able to see whether the December 2021 module has been completed using this new training view.
Using the Completed Month view, you’ll be able to quickly identify which of your testers are ahead of the game and don’t need to spend time on training moving forward.
The Cumulative view method is a whole different way of monitoring training progress by prioritising time required to focus on training.
The way this view works is by merging both the Date Taken and Completed Month views to show when training is being completed, and then crediting any extra time spend on training into future months. This way, you can see that the tester who spends 2 hours of training in April, no longer needs to do any training until at least December.
Using this view helps plan workload by seeing how much time needs to be dedicated to training each month.
When looking at your training grid, you can use the Quick Action bar to change your preferred view.
Simply click on the ‘View by’ button and select any one of the methods to set as your preferred view – you can change it at any time.
Once you have set your preferred method, the MOT Juice system will automatically save this, so that whenever you come back to your training page, you’ll always be shown the progress in the way you want.
Why not submit your idea to us at email@example.com and we’ll see if we can include it in our next development update.
Since studying IT and design in high school I have always had a passion for designing and building websites and systems. Working for MOT Juice has allowed me to design a lot of the user interface our users see and interact with on a day-to-day basis. My experience includes over 10 years with Photoshop designing websites and system User Interfaces, 12 years of HTML, PHP and CSS coding, 3 years of learning jQuery and 8 years working within the motor industry. In 2021, I started learning Python, Apache, C# and Ruby to add to my coding skillset.