Reduction in cost of training management
Reduction in training costs
Increase in learning retention
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Welcome to the future of learning. Did you know that learners recall up to 90% of their training content in VR lessons? In contrast, 90% of what is learnt via traditional classroom methods is forgotten after one month.
Australia’s largest automotive retailer wanted to ensure that their standards for compliance, workshop operations, and general health and safety are effectively communicated to more than 7,000 employees in over 100 dealerships.
In the past, following up all dealerships, tracking overdue training, and keeping up with other administrative matters was a lengthy and time-consuming chore.
AHG commissioned Damstra to create five engaging multimedia training videos with updated content to replace their old videos which used static images and words.
Through the learning management platform, AHG set up instantly trackable groups with their particular training requirements.
Switching to Damstra reduced training administration time from 2 days a week to 2 hours a week, saving the business for the extra administrative headcount required.
For a company as large as AHG, managing all training activities from a single platform reaped huge benefits. AHG now creates, distributes and has complete control of all their training online.
AHG’s Human Resources Manager - Projects, Adam von Berg, reinforces the importance of well-detailed reporting of key information required by site administrators:
"Damstra learning management provides our people with timely information to do their jobs well and to maintain safe work practices consistently across our network. I am happy that the scalability of the platform helps us manage a growing volume of training activities with confidence and ease: 10 sites requiring training have been added to our network since we started using Velpic and more are expected in future."