Sunbelt Rentals receives RAVE Award

By Lindsey AndersonDecember 02, 2020

SUNBELT RENTALS

Sunbelt Rentals has received a RAVE Award from Cornerstone OnDemand, Inc. in recognition of its commitment to diversifying its approach to employee training. RAVE stands for Remarkable Achievements and Visionary Elites.

According to Cornerstone, Sunbelt was selected for demonstrating a “unique execution of new techniques, strategies, methods or combinations of existing technologies and solutions.” Sunbelt Rentals uses Cornerstone’s learning management systems to provide access to training content for new employee onboarding and continuing education.

Sunbelt Rentals has moved multiple in-person training offerings to virtual instructor-led courses to address Covid-19 travel restrictions. During eight weeks spanning from April to May, Sunbelt hosted 111 virtual training sessions for 4,125 Sunbelt employees. 

The award recognizes Sunbelt Rentals for developing an innovative approach to track and report on a multi-month, adaptive driver training program in Cornerstone’s learning management system. This new process and approach give Sunbelt Rentals managers the ability to assess data, notify drivers of new training opportunities, and support safety training and compliance certifications to drive organizational performance.

“We are so pleased to be recognized by a learning industry leader like Cornerstone,” said David Carmichael, senior director, talent development & education at Sunbelt Rentals. “We are proud of the training innovations we’ve been able to provide teammates to grow their talents and to create a culture of education and safety for our fleet of drivers.”

 

 

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