Types of Training

PlusPort develops various types of e-learning trainings for any desired theme, from introduction to application training and from safety to product training, regardless of the form or concept. Think of simple quick short modules with a key to a game. Clients choose PlusPort because we are able to fill in your training with flexibly, quickly and at relatively low costs. PlusPort has an enormous library of images, developed standard exercises, navigation buttons, menus and illustrations that were or are being used for PlusPort safety trainings themselves. These can be adjusted and used with customized e-learning modules from and for clients.

Introductory programs and trainings

Familiarizing new employees often takes time for organizations. In addition, the introduction is almost always too late for the new employee: sometimes three months late! Getting to know the organization, such as the organizational structure, culture, employee agreements, house rules and safety procedures is essential. An online introduction training or onboarding program standardises and accelerates this introduction period by making the training available online on the first day. For large organizations, this immediately results in a large cost reduction, not only for employees, but also for everyone who has to give a presentation during introduction days. An additional advantage of e-learning is that, for example, new employees can also follow the training before their first working day.

Such trainings can also be used in short form for hired employees.

Product training

When launching a new product within or outside the organization, it is important that every employee is informed. With an e-learning training you ensure that everyone involved has the exact same knowledge. Small or simple product training that should look professional, can also be developed with the standard Self- Develop content package.

Software and Application training

To stimulate the launch of a new software package, its proper introduction to all employees is crucial. If employees are unable to handle the software properly, resistance to its use is created in many cases. Therefore, it is important to ensure that employees know what the possibilities of the software are during implementation. Our e-learning trainings help your employees to train quickly, cheaply and comfortably in the use of the software by explaining the structure, steps and exercises used in every frame and module.  In principle, e-learning can be used for all types of software and topics.

Process training

There are always processes that apply only to specific groups within your organization. This can be in general for the entire organization, but also for very specific processes within certain functions. E-learning is the ideal way to ensure that all involved learn to go through a certain process consistently.

Business simulation

E-learning can also play a perfect role in training skills (soft skills). Employees learn these skills based on your organization-based cases by answering through all kinds of situations that may also occur in practice or by taking action. Such forms are or have been used for the introduction of the Code of Conduct of an organization but also for its aggression policy. Serious game elements in which candidates are challenged to think carefully themselves are significantly better than simply introducing rules without examples or situations.

Safety training

Training VCA aanbiedingPlusPort develops many tailor-made e-learning safety courses and games. One reason for this is that PlusPort offers many safety training courses on the internet and has knowledge of the many aspects of working safely. In addition, a library of own materials (photos, films, exercises, texts and test questions) has been created in recent years that clients like to use. All your emplyees, new and old, should complete a safe working e-learning training and test once a year: after all, the hiring party always remains responsible for the safety of the hired employees (Working Conditions Act and  VCA).