Oracle University’s Cloud training delivers unparalleled learning solutions for the modern business, ensuring your talent has the tools to thrive in an increasingly competitive world.
More and more organizations are recognizing the unique capabilities of Oracle Talent Cloud to recruit new talent, manage and evaluate employee performance and set employees up for individual and company-wide success.
While Oracle Talent Cloud certainly has the power, scope, and flexibility to empower employees, this solution can only truly be a catalyst for change if your workforce knows how to use it.
Training begins with your technical and implementation teams.
If your new talent platform is not deployed correctly and optimally for your business, then no amount of functional or technical expertise at the user level will overcome their daily frustrations.
Instead of improving employee productivity, engagement, and talent success, such implementations can end up having the reverse effect.
Similarly, if your technology deployment transpires smoothly and to the specifications required by your organization, but your business community is not well versed in using the system, this can also lead to untold problems.
Business users - from ad hoc users to dedicated human resources teams - will experience user frustrations. They may encounter skewed data, unmet targets, and human resources will have spend a lot of time trying to catch up.
To prevent these costly issues, Oracle University has developed a comprehensive set of learning programs and technologies to optimize your Oracle Talent Cloud experience.
They are designed specifically to ensure that everyone in your company gets the training they need when they need it – whether a deployment technician, a system administrator, a recruitment or human resources professional, or a regular employee.
Oracle University recognizes that your unique workforce needs different types of training at different times. So in addition to offering a wide range of role-based courses, Oracle provides a variety of learning modalities intended to suit your team’s learning styles and schedules – and optimize your training budget.
Structured courses include:
In addition, Oracle offers two innovative solutions which are ideal for Oracle Talent Cloud learning:
Subscribe for access to year-round learning on Oracle Talent Cloud. Engage with role-based learning paths, get 24/7 access to training content, access highly searchable videos, participate in hands-on labs, and interact directly with Oracle’s expert trainers.
Oracle Talent Management Cloud Learning Subscriptions empower HRIT and functional leaders to effectively evaluate, implement, and maintain Oracle Talent Cloud without needing to schedule or pay for expensive individual classes.
This embedded learning and support tool that sits directly within your Oracle Talent Management application. It provides a step-by-step, walk-through guide for your end users while they are using the system – bringing your staffing and HR teams rapidly up to speed.
Guided Learning also provides an always-available support mechanism for your multi-functional end users who may only use the platform occasionally, for example during the annual appraisal cycle or when raising a staffing requisition.
Whatever your employee’ role in using Oracle Talent Cloud, and however and whenever they use it, Oracle University has a solution to ensure success.
The war for talent is increasingly tough. Armed with Oracle University Talent Cloud Training, your battle is already half won.
About the WebCast Presenter
George Wickey joined Oracle in 2012 as a result of the Taleo acquisition. Presently he works as a Senior Solutions Consultant in Oracle University, helping companies to drive widespread successful end user adoption of Oracle Cloud applications through the use of Oracle University learning products and services. His areas of expertise include Human Capital Management and Business Intelligence. Over his 20-year software career, George has served in diverse roles across verticals including presales consultant, consultant, and technical instructor. He has previously been employed by Anheuser-Busch Companies, Business Objects, SAP, Lawson, and Taleo.