Getting businesses trained in our TCES Community Wheelchair solution is of vital importance to us, we want the system to be used to its optimum with our customers getting the most out of it every single time.
We offer a number of traditional face-to-face training sessions as part of every contract go-live. These consist of group sessions (normally 15 people per session) in a classroom format that are arranged by the contracts authorised officer and one of TCES Community Wheelchair's training co-ordinators.
A number of managerial training sessions are also offered to make sure organisations are benfiting from the systems fundamentals. Throughout these sessions managers and other identified authorised officers will learn everything needed to equip themselves including: how to set up new users, search for current users, use the communication tools correctly and track the history of assets and employees.
Training in TCES Community Wheelchair's management information reporting module is also covered in these sessions.
Getting trained in the management information reporting module will really help managerial staff understand how their service operates, enabling them to pull data apart, providing the statistics required to make key business decisions.
We also have a number of help guides that are available once TCES Community is implemented. All personnel can get access to these via the system itself or a member of the support team can forward them to individuals on request.