Once your team are enrolled, OPRA’s always in the background, building your team’s capability & performance and maximizing your results.
Designed by procurement professionals, OPRA is (dollar to donuts) the most comprehensive content & cost-effective way to train your procurement team available today.
Advantages of this highly efficient learning platform:
Lower cost & fast delivery
The speed and ease in which the OPRA online learning can be adopted reduces learning costs by >40% and learning time by >50 % when compared to traditional instructor-led classroom training.
Global & mobile
With internet access learners can access content anytime, anywhere. OPRA is designed to work equally well on desktop, laptop or tablet using Windows, Android, iOS or Microsoft Edge.
eLearningIndustry.com statistics state that eLearning requires 90% less energy and CO2 emissions per student are reduced by 85% when compared with instructor-led classroom training.
Contemporary & comprehensive
OPRA provides wide & deep up-to-date content with a learning path that allows the learner to master procurement negotiation & strategic sourcing in bite-size steps that encourages faster adoption.
OPRA can be used standalone or blended with ADR’s other learning modes – online skills assessments, instructor-led workshops / simulation, instructor led webinars and online coaching.
OPRA is packed with digitally fillable templates that can be downloaded and used immediately to support learners in their negotiation & strategic sourcing activities.
Hyper-navigation allows participants to work at their own pace, go back & forward and restart where they left off. Learner interaction is embedded with checkpoints, practice points and quizzes.
OPRA’s courses are priced competitively using easy to understand price bands with no hidden extras. Pricing includes 24/7/365 help desk support, management reports and individual certification.
To make the experience memorable each learner will be awarded a certificate on successful completion of the end of module quiz. If required learners are able to compare results with other learners.