Self-Paced Solution Tools & Features

AdminPortal

Schedule and Manage

Schedule and manage your classes using intuitive screens and forms.

Role Based Access

Control visibility and accessibility using the five built-in roles.

Image Management

Your image or virtual machine information on a single screen. Add new or update existing images whenever you want.

Reports

Built-in reports that training managers want. Reports include instructor utilization, course-related reports and class-related reports.

Dashboard

All important information in one configurable dashboard making sure you stay on top of things.

Billing Entities

Setup your regional training entities or partner organizations and make sure invoices arrive at the right desk.

Create Course Templates

Define course templates for instructor-led and self-paced training. Templates can include course materials or hands-on labs or both.

Surveys, Tasks, Exams and Polls

Assessments

Make classes more interactive with assessments. Results can be shared with students or kept private for certification purposes.

Surveys

Ask students to complete surveys that give you insights into their backgrounds and training expectations, what they thought about the class, and assess student satisfaction levels before, during or after class.

Tasks

Provide task lists to students, then track when each task is completed. Tasks can be accompanied with sounds, images, and videos to keep your instructions engaging and improve task completion rates.

Exams

Build interactive quizzes and tests to gauge how well students are doing. For example, a short quiz at the end of a lecture can reinforce the lecture’s concepts and help you identify students that need extra help.

Polls

Collect opinions anonymously and have the option to share the results with the class. Polls are a great way to engage students and start discussions about a topic or get aggregated feedback on your training program and improve it as needed.

Certifications

Create written exams using the most extensive question type library in the industry. Randomize and auto select from question pools to make sure your certification is not getting cheated.

Materials Management

Course Templates

Add course materials to your course templates and set permissions allowing students to view, download or copy the content to their remote lab.

Ad-Hoc Materials Upload

Instructors can easily upload and share files with students. Permissions can be set on the files to protect your intellectual property.

Transfer Files

Transfer local files to the remote lab and then share it with students.

Dropbox Integration

Store your course materials at Dropbox and use the secure integration with ReadyTech to allow for seamless access in our training delivery portals.

DeviceMapper

Server-based permissions

Control which devices students can map from the server, ensuring device security and controlled access to proprietary training content.

Supports many device types

Users can map different device types including headsets, printers, scanners, portable hard drives, iPods/iPhones, license dongles and video cameras.

Device Mapping

Allow local devices to be mapped and used in the remote lab environment.

SubmitWork

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  • Allow students to submit their homework to instructors or to themselves, depending on how SubmitWork has been configured.
  • Control which files or folders are included.
  • Run pre- and post-scripts to add powerful functionality.
  • Receive notifications when work has been submitted.
  • Support for e-mail and FTP work submit.

Support Portal

Oversee all of your active classes in a single view and have full control to assess and assist your instructors.

View

A manager, curriculum developer, SME or lead instructor can oversee all active classes.

Block Access

Prevent students from accessing the lab between class hours.

Transfer Files

Transfer files to and from the remote labs.

Lab Control

Reboot and reset labs.

Remote Desktop Control

Take control of any remote desktop to help a new instructor with an issue without needing to login to the actual class environment.