An LMS is a solution that helps automate, manage and track all of your organization's training needs. These needs may include:
A full-featured LMS offers a large selection of features and customizations to meet your organization's unique training needs. Key features include:
Press a button to generate reports, or spend hours/days poring through file cabinets and Excel sheets. Your choice.
Rather than enrolling staff in one course at a time, assign an entire collection of training specific to their role. Designate due dates for each course so learners move progressively through their training and have it completed in an appropriate time-frame.
Your PowerPoint courses are good — now make them fully functional with remote delivery, testing,
Turnover already has a big enough impact — don't wait to onboard until you can schedule live training.
Auto-enroll new hires with online courses and start training day 1.
When employees fail to master core skills, it puts your organization at risk for poor outcomes. With training plans, each learner will be able to see which courses lie ahead of them.
An LMS manages more than just online training. Use reporting features to track and report on in-person training. Instead of separate reporting for live and online training, track everything in one easy-to-access place.
Is it expensive?
No, most companies notice significant cost savings when they switch to a learning management system. Many organizations don’t realize how much they are spending on “wasted training expenses" which can be reduced or eliminated with an LMS!
How can I introduce online learning management to my company?
Getting started with a learning management system is probably easier than you think. A good LMS provider will have an established training and implementation team that can get you up and running in as little as 30 days!
Can an LMS meet my company's unique needs?
Yes it can. A good LMS is flexible and can easily be customized to fit the needs of your organization and specific individuals.
Consider our 7 rules of staff training as you evaluate your own needs which may include meeting specific training regulations, setting up your own training programs, or creating content for your organization. A good learning management system adjusts to fit your needs—not the other way around.