Continuous learning is one of our core values here at GCP Central, and your feedback is so important to us as part of our internal learning loop and platform improvements. 

We have made several important improvements to myGCP over the past couple of months and we’re sharing them with you right here. 

June’s software update included the rollout of myGCP version 2.95 featuring changes to version control and changelogs, extra quality control step, extra controls and options in the webshop, and changes to issued certificates.  

July’s updates included on content updates, with changes to some course content and quality upgrades, and changes to how accreditation points are recorded in your profile. We enhanced our white label platform further to make it easier for your content managers, brought clarity to which myGCP platform is relevant to you ( and, as shared more on as our collaboration with the DCRF.

Updates and Versions.

What’s the difference between an update? It’s pretty simple. An update is just minor changes to content and courses. It requires no platform downtime and its intended to improve what is already in place.

Versions require some myGCP downtime where we make major updates to the platform and functionality. Our next major version update is scheduled for August.  

We love feedback

Our commitment to changing the face of GCP training always includes listening to our user’s valued feedback.  Leading the industry in the change in GCP training isn’t easy, but we are committed to doing it while living our core value of continuous learning. You can give feedback to us via email, phone or Kiyoh.

Are you interested in what updates are coming to myGCP? Subscribe for updates here, or why not book a demo to see what myGCP can do for you or your company.