Connect providers, employers and learners with our powerful ePortfolio and learner management tool
e-track streamlines operations and influences more positive learner outcomes. It gives users online, real time access to monitor progress and brings together learners and assessors in order to move learning forwards. e-track can be fully integrated with Tribal’s market leading Learning Management System (LMS), Maytas, so that you can measure each learner’s progression against funding.
For your learners
- Track their own progress
- Connect with assessors and fellow learners
- Access learning resources online
For your assessors
- Accurately establish a learner’s progress
- View learner’s interaction with resources
- Highlight and tackle under achievement
- Track ’on-the-job’ achievements
- Manage submitted evidence
- Manage reporting
For Employers and Providers
- Increase learner engagement
- Achieve more positive outcomes
- Streamline your delivery and increase the output of assessors
- Produce and publish your own content
- Digitise your whole process
Travis Perkins is the UK’s largest builders’ merchant, supplying building materials to trade, construction and DIY Markets. As an employer provider on the Register of Apprenticeship and Training Providers (RoATP), the Travis Perkins Group are passionate about providing the highest quality of apprenticeships. Tribal proposed their leading learning management solution Maytas, alongside their ePorfolio system e-track. As the only single database solution on the market, Travis Perkins would experience the power of a truly integrated solution.
The University of Sheffield’s Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre with Boeing specialises in carrying out world-leading research into advanced machining, manufacturing and materials, which is of great practical use to the industry. AMRC champions apprenticeships and bridging the gap between innovation in industry and academia. Since using Maytas, AMRC have found efficiency in learner management has increased alongside a whole host of benefits. Funding is now made easier, as data is easily submitted to awarding and funding bodies through Maytas.
Cornwall Marine Network (CMN) is a membership owned organisation: created by a small group of Cornish marine businesses in 2002. CMN started as a small training provider, selecting Tribal’s leading learner management system, Maytas, back in 2012. Tribal has supported their growth into a larger company and Maytas has enabled their team to examine how processes should work and align with other areas of the business. CMN has found processes are now more efficient, resulting in a significant cost saving.
Ingeus is a founding member of the B Corp community in the UK and a leading provider of apprenticeship services that make a positive, lasting difference to people's lives. Previously, staff at Ingeus were having to use five different systems to manage their learner processes. When dealing with apprenticeships, this became almost impossible and managers had no confidence in the data. Ingeus now has a single Tribal solution, in the form of an integrated learner management and ePortfolio, that streamlines and centralises their processes. They have consistency, trust and flexibility within their data management.
e-track is user friendly and the feedback from our assessors is that they enjoy using it and productivity has increased! The fact we can tailor sections to e-track has really made our assessors lives easier.
Apprenticeships Specialist at Wolseley UK
After seeing how easily e-track integrated with Maytas, there was no question that this was the right ePortfolio for us.
Partnership & Compliance Manager at Vista Training Solutions
e-track is growing all of the time and I really like the communities section...I think that today’s world is supported by that kind of technology.
Qualifications and Development Officer at Freight Transport Association
Tribal has developed a flexible, tailored solution in e-track. We couldn’t be more excited about potential applications across NMIT.
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How much does e-track cost?
e-track is priced based on the size of your organisation and requirement; as no two organisations are the same we like to understand what you want to achieve and recommend a solution to suit.
How quickly can e-track be implemented?
Our implementation teams will work with you to organise the seamless transition over to e-track; we go at the pace that you require to ensure you are confident to go live!
I want to keep track of apprentice’s progress, how will e-track do that?
e-track is a fully integrated solution when combined with Maytas, providing a second window on the same data. With Maytas you can track, at a glance, how many units of a programme have been completed, predict where funding may run out and identify where your learners may fall behind.
How can learner engagement be improved with e-track?
The Communities module in e-track provides you with a single place to store, manage and track all your learning resources. Learner engagement is proven to increase by creating a learning environment based on the learner’s needs: influence a more positive outcome by giving them greater access to assessors, resources and peer learners through an easy-to-use web interface and mobile apps.
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