Knowledge as a Service
Maximise impact with KaaS
Did you know that there is increasing resistance to classical training and that, moreover, some 70% of the knowledge acquired is lost after just a few days? Sounds like a waste of money and time…
At Sonical, we take a different approach. With Knowledge as a Service (KaaS), we pass on knowledge in a refreshing and sustainable way with one aim in mind: maximum and efficient use of the new tools.
KaaS: short workshops with long-term effect
With Knowledge as a Service (KaaS), we offer knowledge through short workshops. The content is standard, based on common experiences and best practices. We complement the series of workshops with Q&A cafes and the set-up of an online community where users can question each other and we step in when necessary. We also regularly publish tips & tricks and announce new features via the intranet.
“Short sessions, focused on one topic and only for those who need it: this is how we make training sessions 100% useful for the participant and cost-efficient for the company.”
How does KaaS work?
At go-live, we offer a short training session so that users can start up smoothly right away. Based on the learning-by-doing philosophy, users then find their way around the software. Are things still unclear or do they think they can get even more out of the software? Then they follow – according to their specific knowledge needs, at their own pace and according to their agenda – one or more training sessions to delve deeper into the tools.
These short workshops (1.5 to 2 hours) are scheduled periodically and aim to:
- Gain insight into the added value of the tools
- Discover step-by-step how to use the tools within one’s own job
- Getting to know best practices
Our current KaaS offer
Basic & Advanced
Basic & Advanced
for sharing &
Microsoft Office 365
cloud across work
Advantages of KaaS
- Our inhouse trainers teach the material from the user’s point of view.
- The content is 100% relevant to all participants and will stick better afterwards.
- The short duration has minimal impact on the participant’s agenda.
- Spread investment for the organisation.