Courses make up the most important aspect of training, as they contain all the learning materials for your users. By enrolling users in courses you can assess your sales reps' understanding of the provided information and feel confident knowing they are better equipped with the knowledge to sell effectively. Courses can stand alone, or you can include them in a learning path.
A course can be consist of three types of modules including lessons, a test or survey, and/or a PitchIQ. You can include all three modules in a course, or each can stand on their own. For example, you may want to run a PitchIQ contest where sales reps deliver their elevator pitch for a product they already know well. In this case, it may make sense to only use the PitchIQ module. Or perhaps, maybe your organization is introducing a new product to the market, in which case each module can be used to train your users on the different areas of the new product via lesson content, testing their knowledge, and getting them comfortable pitching with a PitchIQ.
Following this introduction, you can read more in detail about each stage of building a course using the articles below.
- Equip users with courses tailored to your team’s learning initiatives
- Help users learn with content and tests then put their skills to work with a PitchIQ
- Access users learning
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- Showpad Coach Essential, Plus, or Ultimate package (PitchIQ for Plus and Ultimate only)
- A Showpad admin account
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We created multiple articles to explain how to work with the Coach course builder. Click on the article title or navigate using the section on the right.
- Create a course
- Add sections and lesson content
- Set up tests and surveys
- Add a PitchIQ module
- Assign users, review, and publish your course