Data Analytics

Skills Insights

Data showing evidence of skills mastery is critical for L&D as well as talent strategy. Capture accurate, verified data at every step of the learning experience to identify skill gaps and quantify workforce readiness at scale.


Measure and improve skills

ETU’s simulations measure precisely how people apply skills, not just whether they retain knowledge. It’s a more refined and relevant way to assess employee proficiency in relevant skills. Personalized learning and skills practice allow all learners to take a customized path and still achieve the required skill level for the program.

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Data evidence of skills mastery

Advanced skills analytics generate insights that inform talent management and measure learner performance. Stakeholders can quickly and precisely identify focus areas for resources and investment, to increase the performance impact and reduce learning time.

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Automatic push reports

Regular analytics are automatically shared with stakeholders. They reveal what is and what is not working, so the team can improve the effectiveness of L&D programs in-flight.

Stakeholders can see if learners are applying what they’ve learned and where they are making mistakes. Updated skill levels highlight skills gaps and the progress being made to close them.

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Behavioral data science

Measure the underlying behaviors linked to your business challenge or goal. Aggregating skills data across individuals, teams, functions and the whole organization provides rich insight that informs talent and business decisions.

ETU’s expert team supports you with advanced analysis of skills data and related business metrics to uncover actionable insights. We can help you show the impact of immersive learning on the business.

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Personalized learner feedback

ETU tracks each decision and action learners make in a simulation and connects them to specific skills. Detailed feedback highlights strengths and weaknesses for self-awareness and development support.

Simulations provide a supportive and realistic environment for participants to learn from mistakes safely, without risking their job performance.

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Go beyond completion metrics 

Measuring skills and behaviors in the workplace traditionally involves observation by a trained industrial and organizational psychologist - an expensive approach that doesn’t work on a wide scale.

Traditional eLearning methods can’t deliver evidence of skills mastery by learners - it’s all unverified and self-reported. ETU’s platform insights provide rich, actionable skills data on a scale up to workforce-wide, showing a direct connection to business outcomes.

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ETU | Effectively measuring skills with our Learning Simulations Platform

Data insight into key skillsets

ETU has 10 years of experience co-building immersive simulations with some of the world’s leading companies. Our scenario-based, first person learning design is purpose-built for effective human and business skill development.


Insights and resources

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ETU - Interview with Eric Dingler, Deloitte

Deloitte Learning and Development: Learning Leaders Interview

Deloitte now trains employees in more immersive, more adaptive, and more personalized ways. In this interview, Eric Dingler, CLO at Deloitte US, shares his views on how L&D is evolving and what this means for skills-based organizations of the future.

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CLO Symposium 2022 workshop

Effective use of assessments for a skills-based organization

Watch this recorded workshop from the CLO Symposium featuring McKinsey, who shared examples from using development-based assessments. It includes the results from the use of simulation on a company-wide compliance training initiative.

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Peggy Parskey - Time to reboot your learning measurement

It’s time to reboot your learning measurement

In this new world, where the delivery options are limited, it is critical to know if your learning programs are increasing skills and advancing business outcomes. Now's the time to reboot your measurement approach -- here are four steps to get started. 

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