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.
Integrity Advocate is announcing in the weeks to come, exciting development that will allow for even greater integrity controls to be accessible to organizations without the expected addition of privacy violations and support requests normally associated with Lockdown Browser solutions on the market today.
Have you seen the court case about a private safety training organization that was charged and plead guilty to 14 charges relating to the providing of false documents? This organization was found to be issuing training certificates to learners that only participated in 50% of the published course and certifying completion for related components, when there was no evidence that their participation included those components.
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.
Let’s start by explaining the “Russian Hack” and how this massive breach was able to occur.
Authorize.tech now utilizes Integrity Advocate to provide the technology, service and support commonly utilized in conjunction with online examinations and training to ensure the identity of event participants, workers and volunteers viewing, completing and/or acknowledging online waivers, policies and/or forms.
Imperial Oil Strathcona Refinery moved its pre-access training online for over 4000 workers coming to their site for a maintenance event.
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?
When it comes to verifying that a trainee has the knowledge they need to protect you, often the safeguards that institutions put into place don't meet the moment.
Doing away with classroom learning and testing saves money, but also raises significant due diligence and legal issues for organizations. Learn how Integrity Advocate helps organizations mitigate risk.
Online training is a booming industry, but how can employers and the public be assured that workers are completing course requirements?
Regulating food safety in a climate of expanding dietary concerns, increased access to imported foods and emerging bacteria and contaminants has made safe food handling practices critical. Read this case study to learn how the Canadian Food Safety Group was able to take regulatory required and critical industry training online.
Since 1995, Smart Serve Ontario has been the leading advocate for responsible alcohol service and certifies as many as 100,000 hospitality workers annually. Read this case study to learn how this forward-thinking organization is able to deliver their training online and maintain a high-level of success in their mission to provide safe and responsible education on the consumption and handling of alcohol.
The International Competency Board (I-CAB) was built with online proctoring sewn into the fabric of the company. The mandate of the organization is to deliver continued improvement and reduce deficiencies of workers across a broad variety of industries and countries through access to online competency assessment tools. Read this case study to learn how this organization leads the way to a positive safety culture.
The online training that many industries rely on to train their workers about health and safety needs to go through a massive shift, according to one software startup co-founder who is calling for higher standards.