With Training Manager 2012 Standard Edition, track your training records, requirements and compliance. Print personnel transcripts and status reports. Assign training to an individual, group, or job role. Require retraining based on time, version, or one time only. Schedule and manage class sessions, attendance, cancellations, and no-shows. Training Manager 2012 - Enterprise Edition is easy to use and you can get started quickly.
What's new in this version: Version 1.0.1184 has fixed updated the import feature to truncate the Course Title field to 100 characters instead of 50 to match the database field size limit.
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