Create role-playing scenarios your team can practice with any modern video device. Designated trainers can evaluate user submissions while providing audio commentary over the videos. Integrate a custom Grading System to rank key areas of their performance, or a customized Checklist to validate that required elements were included.
Mentor is used to enable the troubleshooting of issues that occur off-site by capturing a video or photos of the problem and submitting them to designated experts for their feedback. Experts located throughout the world r eview the submissions they receive and provide audio commentary on top of the submissions about how to resolve the problems. Drawing tools are used to provide additional detail, and the completed videos are made available via the web to the people who submitted them. Archived videos provide a library of solutions that can be referenced at any time when problems re-occur.
Evaluate individual performance requirements for specific job tasks. Focus on the adoption of new skills, knowledge retention, procedural compliance, or technical proficiency. Evaluations can be archived in an online Submission Library to demonstrate best practices and document performance improvement.
Demonstrate that a team member has met compliance standards or certification requirements for executing a job, process or task. Evaluated videos can be stored in a library to document compliance, corrective action, and support the certification process.
Using customized learning modules, sales team members use Mentor to capture and upload mock sales presentations. The trainers evaluate the submissions while providing audio commentary overlaid on top of the videos. Custom rating systems are created for specific role-playing learning modules so that the trainers can rank key areas of performance, and individualized checklists are included to validate that required training components were submitted. Archived videos are made available to demonstrate best and worst practices for new trainees.
Trainers evaluate individual performance requirements for specific job tasks within the manufacturing environment. Learners submit videos that demonstrate their ability to perform a task or safety procedure, and the trainers provide audio commentary overlaid on top of the videos along with drawing annotations. Evaluations focus on the adoption of new skills, knowledge retention, procedural compliance, and technical proficiency. Videos are archived in an online video library to demonstrate best practices and document performance improvement.
Mentor facilitates quality improvement training for ultrasound technologists. Technologists are asked to submit DICOM studies that are captured during their workday and fulfill the requirements of specific learning modules. Trainers review the submissions while recording audio commentary and annotating the studies with drawing tools and text. Archiving the studies for each technologist over time allows the medical facilities to document quality improvement, and the training is used as part of an ongoing program to provide continuing education credits.
The Mentor technology can be integrated into most Learning Management Systems, allowing contextual feedback to be given to otherwise static learning experiences. Using the existing LMS framework, learners can submit videos, photos, or audio recordings of themselves executing a task, performing a skill, or demonstrating their knowledge of a specific topic. The submissions are evaluated by designated experts using the Mentor voiceover audio and drawing tools, and the learner reviews the newly annotated video that has been returned to them within the LMS. The evaluations are archived as part of the LMS and used to document the fulfillment of training delivery and compliance requirements.