Tracking the progress of hundreds of employees across multiple locations is hard and costly. And, managers don't have time to sit in an office doing admin work. Opus helps you deliver mobile-first, multilingual, microtraining over chat. Attach skill paths along any employees journey and add a layer of support that your managers will thank you for.

What is a Skill Path?

Skill paths are a simple, powerful feature that help you group courses together for trainees to progress through. They are designed to help employees quickly master a topic or position. Assign skill paths to multiple trainees at once to save time.

Common uses of Skill Paths

New Hire Training

Employee onboarding is critical to ensuring your new hires feel welcome and that you reduce the risk of churn. Stack up a welcome course, company uniform and sick leave policies, sexual harassment prevention, and basic food safety.

Skill Mastery

The 90-day mark in a job is an important milestone. Assign a skill path to newly minted cashiers or packers to help them build additional skills and confidence.


Employees who are certified in a transferrable skill are 2x more likely to stay and grow in your company if recognized. Skill paths are a digital assistant to help you certify your team in anything from the sauté station to food safety to forklift training.


Promoting from within keeps institutional knowledge blossoming in your business. But, improper training post-promotion can lead to mistakes or worse, burn out. Assign the dishwasher you promoted to line cook a skill path that guides them through their new position.

Why use Skill Paths for training?

Skill Paths add a level of efficiency to your operation that ensures your team feels taken care of while your managers monitor progress effortlessly. They help you create a more structured training program in half the time. Repurpose courses for multiple skill paths and assign them strategically. Skill paths will help you reduce administrative time with automations and due dates that guide employees to their goals. Employees stay on track and engaged, knowing there is a clear goal in mind.