Enjoy the SCORM-compliant E-learning you expect from an LMS combined with the competency tracking and comprehensive reporting that industry demands.
Attack training deficiencies with skill gap analysis and automatic email notifications.
Design career progression paths to motivate your workers and facilitate career development.
Reduce frustration with our clear, responsive design. Access your training on desktops, tablets, or mobile devices.
Optimize your training pipeline with self-directed online learning and classroom administration tools.
Don’t worry about software upgrades, database maintenance, or increased IT costs. Our hosted solution makes setup and administration easy.
Unlike other LMS systems, we publish our prices. Email support, video & file hosting, and corporate branding are included at no additional cost. We don't charge for inactive workers.
Transitioning from another LMS, competency management system, or even a pile of spreadsheets is easy with our concierge service. Please contact us for further details and pricing.
Yes. Right on Track will run on any device with a modern browser and an Internet connection.
Right on Track is web-based, so it will run on any device with a modern browser and an internet connection. We support the two most recent versions of any browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera, Mobile Safari, Chrome for Android).
Right on Track takes advantage of the capabilities of modern browsers. While you can still use it with IE7, some non-essential screens will be unavailable. We recommended that you upgrade your browser to a more recent version for best results.
SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model) is an e-learning package specification. SCORM-compliant modules can be used in any SCORM-compliant LMS (Learning Management System). This interoperability allows you to easily migrate your content when you switch between learning management systems. SCORM modules can contain interactive quizzes, videos, animations, etc.
A Learning Management System (LMS) is software used to administer, document, analyze, and track e-learning courses.
Yes. Right on Track uses the Rustici SCORM Engine, which is fully compliant with AICC, SCORM 1.2, SCORM 2004, and Tin Can (also called "The Experience API" or "Next Generation SCORM").
An active worker is a worker that has at least one position assigned during the month. Inactive workers are included in historical reports, but not current reports. They cannot access training materials or SCORM content.
A SCORM enrollment is billed when a worker launches a SCORM course for the first time after it is assigned. A SCORM enrollment is also created after the course is completed once, then restarted (i.e., for a competency which expires after a given period of time).
Many third-party authoring tools are available to create SCORM courses. These allow you to generate content, such as randomized exams that draw from multiple question banks. There are also tools which convert PowerPoint presentations or videos to SCORM content. Finally, some companies sell off-the-shelf SCORM content for common requirements such as safety training.
Yes. You can link to content on your intranet or on the internet. This is especially useful if there are files on your system that change frequently (such as standard operating procedures). Note that workers will only be able to access files on your intranet while they are connected to your intranet. Also, SCORM courses must be uploaded for workers to use them.
Yes, you can upload your files to our site so that they're always available to trainees. Note that SCORM courses must be uploaded for workers to use them.
Yes, you can generate training reports showing worker competency at any point in the past, as long as the data has been entered in our system.
You can generate reports to show worker competency at a given time, worker scores, training costs, training time tracked, training requirements for different positions, or organization layout. Auto-filtering is used on many of the reports so you can easily target the subset of the information you want to see.
Reports are generated in the OpenOffice XML format and can be opened with Microsoft Excel.