Test your employees understanding of the corporate policies and training

What does Examiner do?

Examiner tests employees understanding of corporate content including policies, SCORM, training materials like videos and presentations along with anything else the business chooses to assess their staff on.

Using examiner allows the business to create tests around its policies and content using different question formats such as, Multiple Choice, Yes/ No, True or False.

By adopting a targeted approach, Exams can be sent out to the whole organisation or subgroups, depending on their relevance and a useful “Pilot mode” enables the business to trial a test before it goes live.

The comprehensive reporting tool provides tangible results and allows the business to report on what percentage of staff understand content like policies, training and procedures

Examiner at a glance

Managers can create exam questions for employees

Exams can be set in multiple choice, True/ False or Yes / No format

Questions can be randomised so that employees can not predict the question

Enforcement to provide users take exams within a specified timescale

Track and monitor employee training performance with reports

Provide certificates of achievement and enable employee development

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Benefits of Examiner




Managers can see which members of staff need additional help in understanding certain training and business policies, based on their test scores and the questions they have gotten wrong.

The business can demonstrate its level of compliance with each policy for audits and the percentage of staff that have passed the test.

Management can run many reports, examples include; what percentage of staff have taken the exam, the average marks, which departments are most compliant, who has not completed the test, the number of times a certain employee has failed the test, etc.

In investigations, HR can see if the employee has understood the training they have undertaken, the meaning of any policies they have signed and be armed with exam scores to prove their awareness.

Examiner enables the employee to validate they have understood training materials, policies and other business content.

It highlights any areas the employee needs to focus on so that they can increase their knowledge.

Employees can receive a certificate that boosts their confidence and can be added to their HR personal development record.

In the NETconsent kiosk history section, employees can see all policies, training, exams and certificates, allowing them to know what they have completed, failed and passed.    

Authorised users can simply build an exam containing a series of questions relating to a specific training topic or business policy.

Different exam formats can be used to get the best approach,  these  include multiple-choice, Yes/No and True/ False questions.

Question pools can be created and randomised questions presented to the employee so that each test is unique.

Pilot exam questions can be sent out to members of the organisation for feedback  before deployment.

You can test all or a subset of users, depending on the contents relevance.

A range of options can be set if the employee fails the exam, examples are, a resit the exam, re-accept the policy and then resit the exam, etc.

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Uses for examiner

Test employees on training delivered and the business’s policies to prove they have read and understood them.

Reduce the risk of corporate policies being breached as the employees have demonstrated their understanding by passing a test.

Demonstrate to auditors what percentage of the organisation has undertaken and passed the test, after receiving training.

Provide management with a clear analysis of how well training and policies are understood, across the organisation and  right down to each employee.

Identify individual training needs against the knowledge demonstrated on the test.

Enable the business to improve policy wording if a high degree of employees do not pass the tests.

HR has “clear cut” evidence that an employee has understood a policy or the training delivered.

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