What type of training do you want to offer?

Regardless of the various types of training programmes that suit specific business outcomes, you can rely on the aNewSpring platform to help people learn smarter and perform better.

This is not only based on the type of training method, but also the type of training program you are offering.

These are the training types

that trainers and training organisations use within aNewSpring:

Certification training

Help people obtain a certificate based on learning goals. Use adaptive learning features and MemoTrainer to train more efficiently. Generate certificates with specific validity dates.

Compliance training

Help employees (and organisations) comply with rules and regulations with compliance training. Keep track of certifications. Use Memotrainer for continuous learning, to keep knowledge top-of-mind and up-to-date.

Exam training

Increase pass rates. Build a large database of test questions and help learners prepare for their exam, effectively and efficiently, based on a smart algorithm.

Skills training

Help develop new skills (e.g. sales training, communication training or presentation skills training). Use assessments, peer-to-peer feedback, workshops and events.

Workplace learning

People learn most in the workplace. Mix learning and performance support interventions, use a job coach, track assignments and connect with peers.


Help new hires acquire new skills, behaviour and knowledge of the company they will be working for. Use video’s and assessments or use QR-codes to offer location-based learning.

Product training

Product training ensures that teams (e.g. product managers, sales staff and sales directors) are kept up to date. Use our rapid authoring tool to build a training programme. Easily keep content up-to- date and measure the knowledge levels of team members.


Build a Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) and train a large group of people. Use social learning features and peer-to-peer reviews for efficient learning.

70:20:10 programmes

Support all three categories of learning in the 70:20:10 model. Combine performance support with ‘formal’ e-learning modules for in depth topcis. Use communication features to enable learning from peers.

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Take a look at all our solutions. The different ways you can implement our platform:

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