Integrity Advocate is proud to publicly announce its part in a global alliance and the release of the world's only privacy-focused proctoring service with the ability to convert any computer into a secure workstation and verify the identity and participation of learners.
While courts, regulators and standard setting bodies are all clear as to what can be considered ‘proof of training’, more and more companies are getting into the business of online training. It is widely known that online training delivery has been characterized as a race to the bottom as many organizations position themselves to offer the cheapest possible training, the shortest duration of training, and training not compliant with regulatory requirements.
Integrity Advocate’s online proctoring technology and services are now commonly used for far more than training and assessments.
In the world of online training, there are multiple associations with vested interests. We take a look at five of them and how they recommend organizations approach online safety training and virtual proctoring.
The virtual proctoring technology and services offered by Integrity Advocate have helped many large organizations make the shift to online learning safe and seamless.
Workforce training used to be conducted in a classroom environment, with trainers providing face-to-face instruction to a room full of personnel. Times have changed, but is industry doing enough to maintain the integrity of their online training?