One complete view of the learner journey - Vista Training Solutions chooses Maytas & e-track
Last updated: 20/10/2017
Vista Training Solutions (VTS) has recently successfully implemented Tribal’s learning management solution Maytas.
VTS has been in the education and training sector for more than 10 years, their aim is to focus on individual and employer training needs. They specialise in providing mandatory and non-mandatory workforce and individual development for many sectors including Health and Social Care, Child Care, Customer Service, Management, ICT, Advice & Guidance, Security and Teaching.
VTS was using a paper based system to track their learner details, which was time consuming and open to errors.
After gaining approval from the Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers (RoATP), VTS needed a system that would help to manage their funding.
That system was Maytas, renowned throughout the industry for streamlining the process of learner management. The solution was built to easily give training providers one view of their learners and their progress. Maytas helps to not only cut down the time to manage funding and reporting, but ensures this process is more efficient and accurate.
After using Maytas for a few months and benefitting from the system, VTS requested a demo of Tribal’s e-track, the fully integrated e-portfolio solution.
Shak Habib, Partnership & Compliance Manager at Vista Training Solutions said:
“After seeing how easily e-track integrated with Maytas, there was no question that this was the right ePortfolio for us. We look forward to seeing the benefits e-track should bring to improve our assessment processes and streamline our ePortfolio management.”
Speaking on behalf of Tribal, Account Director Jason Greig, said
“Maytas and e-track work in harmony to create a complete and transparent view of the whole learner journey. This combination should ensure that Vista Training Solutions benefit from accurate, real time reports. We are delighted to be supporting them to manage their learners, and ultimately improve their learner outcomes.”