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What would you say to increased retention?
What would you say to shorter course elements?
What would you say to quizzing tied to a competition to be the best in a group?
Welcome to Two Minute Training™ a fresh approach to eLearning and training by Visual Matter.
Visual Matter has been creating custom interactive and specialized training content with learning management systems for corporations worldwide since 1997. We have created successful training and eLearning solutions for companies such as Toyota of North America, Six Flags Amusement Parks, SiriusXM Satellite Radio and many, many more!
We realize the tremendous investment in the education and training a staff or a customer! We also realize the importance of user experience, calls to action and their impact on retention and application.
Two Minute Training™ is a new service provided by Visual Matter, an industry leader in eLearning and online training.
Visual Matter is taking the course components of corporate America and re-envisioning the process to 120 seconds of forced daily training, plus time to take the accompanying quiz, presenting results via a comparision field of like employees and their scores, thus making the process a competition not unlike scores shown in a gaming environment (but geared to the professional work place). The goal is to create conversation about training, process and learning while focusing on a solution that is user experience based without too much glitter and fanfare...just enough to make it different but still your referencing brand.
The development process:
Our content and courseware experts convert your existing content into Two Minute Training™ modules.
Then our programming experts plug your courseware, quiz and reporting requirements into our custom learning management system.
The employee process:
Employees log into email first thing in the morning or punches the digital time clock on the computer.
Tied to the employee's login or email is a link for that day's training (employees are assigned training via the requirements as defined by job title, performance requirements, OSHA mandates, advancement requirements, job safety, etc).
Imagine a 120 second video on ladder safety presented to the employees of a consumer retail chain brand. After a 120 second video of ladder safety is presented, a brief quiz follows and results are presented to the user without additional logins or links to click.
The next day a new training segment is tied to the user logging into the email at the office or “punching” the time clock on the computer. Maybe this time the 120 seconds of training is an animation showing correct process for ladder storage, followed by a quiz, etc.
This process involves small digestible elements of training every day. This process also involves competitive score reporting in a fun and engaging format.
And of course all of this data is collected and shared via a learning management system to human resources and multiple levels of management too. Just let us know who you want to view this data and what they need to view.