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Get Ready for your Management Review Meeting with R&U Analytics

Training and monitoring employees' progress is essential for the success of any organization. It ensures that employees are equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills to carry out their roles effectively. In this article, we will explore the objective of training and monitoring, and how the QC Read & Understood app can assist you in preparing for your management review meeting.


Why is Internal Training important?

The primary objective of employee training is to ensure that individuals have the knowledge, skills, and competencies required to perform their job responsibilities effectively. Training equips employees with the necessary tools to excel in their roles and contribute to the overall success of the organization. Additionally, ongoing training allows employees to stay updated on industry trends, technological advancements, and best practices.

Biggest mistakes you can avoid

Training employees is a crucial investment that can help organizations steer clear of common pitfalls and costly mistakes. By providing comprehensive training programs, organizations can prevent errors such as miscommunication, lack of compliance with regulations, decreased productivity, and diminished employee morale. It not only enhances job performance but also fosters a culture of learning and continuous improvement, ultimately leading to a more efficient and successful workplace.

Why you should monitor employee training records

Measuring and keeping track of employees' training records is vital for both certified and non-certified companies. For certified companies, monitoring training records allows them to demonstrate their commitment to quality objectives outlined in certification standards. By consistently measuring these records, certified organizations can ensure that their employees are equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to meet the quality expectations set by certification bodies.

For non-certified companies, measuring training records serves as a goal to strive for. It allows them to enhance their workforce's competencies, improve job performance, and increase overall productivity.

ISO Standards that require employee training

Several ISO standards require monitoring employee training to ensure compliance and competence. The standards displayed in the table below, are some examples of them and recognize the significance of monitoring employee training to ensure that employees have the necessary competencies and knowledge to perform their roles effectively and safely. By implementing monitoring mechanisms, organizations can assess training effectiveness, identify gaps, and take corrective actions to ensure continuous improvement and compliance with ISO standards.


ISO Standard


ISO 27001:2022

A.5.1.1 Policies for Information Security

ISO 9001:2015

Clause 8.2.2 Determining the requirements related to products and services

ISO 9001:2015

Requirement 7.1.2 People

ISO 13485:2016

Clause 6: Resource Management


Get Ready for Your Management Review Meeting

Preparation is key when it comes to management review meetings, as they provide a comprehensive overview of the organization's performance and progress. The R&U Analytics feature is designed to assist you in this preparation process.

Measuring Internal Training KPIs is essential for evaluating the effectiveness of training programs and ensuring organizational goals are being met. By tracking KPIs, organizations can assess the impact of training initiatives on employee performance and overall business outcomes. Additionally, analyzing Internal Training KPIs allows organizations to identify areas for improvement, tailor training programs to meet specific needs, and allocate resources efficiently. Ultimately, measuring these KPIs provides valuable insights that can drive continuous improvement and enhance the overall training experience for employees and the organization as a whole.

Internal Training KPIs examples

The effectiveness of training programs can be evaluated through various Internal Training KPIs, tailored to the specific needs of each organization. Below are some KPI examples that an organization can use to measure the effectiveness of its training programs.

  • Employee Engagement,

  • Completion Rate,

  • Time to Completion,

  • Skill Development,

  • Knowledge Retention,

  • Feedback Rating,

  • Training ROI,

  • Compliance Rate,

  • Performance Improvement, etc.

Measuring KPIs with R&U Analytics

One crucial aspect of the management review meeting is evaluating the progress and completion of the Internal Training KPIs. With the R&U Analytics feature, you gain access to valuable metrics such as Time to Completion, Completion by Deadline, and Completion Rate. These metrics provide insights into how efficiently employees are completing R&U pages and meeting deadlines.

  • Time to Completion: Allows you to assess the average time it takes for employees to R&U pages. This metric helps identify any bottlenecks in the training process or potential issues that might be affecting completion rates.

  • Completion by Deadline: Shows the percentage of employees who have R&U pages within the specified deadline. This information helps you pinpoint any compliance issues and take timely actions to ensure all employees are up to date with the required training.

  • Completion Rate: Provides an overview of the overall completion percentage for R&U pages. This metric allows you to gauge the effectiveness of your training efforts and make informed decisions regarding training strategies or content updates.

How to Utilize the R&U Analytics feature

By utilizing the R&U Analytics feature and understanding these metrics, you can confidently present accurate and comprehensive information during your management review meeting. It enables you to demonstrate the organization's commitment to training, compliance, and continuous improvement.

Let’s dive into the steps:

  1. Log into your Confluence site and go to Space Settings
    Begin by accessing your Confluence site and navigating to the Space Settings.

  2. Select "QC Read & Understood" from the "App links" menu
    Within the Space Settings, locate the "App links" menu and select "QC Read & Understood".

  3. Click on the "Analytics" tab
    Once you have accessed QC Read & Understood, click on the "Analytics" tab.

  4. Specify the Time Range and the Deadline
    In the Analytics tab, you can specify the Time Range and Deadline for which you want to gather data.

  5. Click the "Calculate" button for the calculation to start
    After specifying the Time Range and Deadline, simply click the "Calculate" button to start the calculation process. QC Read & Understood will then generate the desired metrics.

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In conclusion, monitoring employee training progress and utilizing tools like the R&U Analytics feature supports the objective of training while providing valuable insights for your management review meeting. By leveraging these features, you can ensure employees are well-informed and compliant while empowering your organization to make data-driven decisions for future training initiatives.

Need further assistance?

We are always happy to help you and provide you with the necessary support on how you can monitor your employees' training using the QC Read & Understood app, so don’t hesitate to contact us.



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