Vector Assessment is a powerful training and career pathing tool that can be added to your Vector LMS package. You can easily create a new knowledge assessment using specific competencies, then, deliver a customized learning plan of courses based on results.
Assess new hires, identify knowledge gaps, and bring them up to speed quickly.
Build better development & training plans based on improved understanding of skill gaps.
Analyze critical safety knowledge and flag deficiencies that could become safety issues.
Build a successful learning and development program based on real performance data. Identify staff competencies, pinpoint skill gaps, and prescribe effective training.
Create organization-specific competencies using our intuitive solution and then build corresponding assessments. Tailor comprehensive question banks to the needs of your organization, department, job profile or individual employee. Establish result benchmarks and tag critical questions for alerts when minimum standards are not met.
Vector has pre-packaged assessments that can be automatically assigned to correct deficiencies in these critical areas: Safety, Professional Development, and Industrial Skills. Build Assessments using Vector's competencies or customize them for your organization.
Competency can also be evaluated on the job. Observed tasks can be verified, recorded, and then logged within the Vector LMS. Upload organization-specific task verifications. Assign the tasks then verify and document the results electronically.
Automatically generate and assign curriculum based on deficiencies in the assessment results. Run detailed competency assessment reports at both the organization level and the individual level. Utilize assessments for apprenticeship programs, qualified labor pools, career pathing and more.
The Vector LMS is a training and learning management system (LMS) built with unique features and functionality to fit the needs of critical industries. It provides one place for all of your training needs.
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