Friday, April 13, 2012

Save on managing continuing education

If you work for a company - or for yourself - you'll want to take part in continuing education courses.  You need to keep your skills fresh in order to adjust to a changing workplace.  If you work for a company, you'll want to be sure that you are up-to-date on your company's products and policies, so that you can help your customers in the best way you can.  So check to see if your company has a continuing education program

If you run a company, you'll want your employees to be trained in the company's products, policies, and the latest changes and new features.  Or, you may want your employees to gain more general knowledge in sales, marketing, technology, or other fields.

If you work for a company that needs to track employees learning records, you may need a learning management system (LMS). According to Inspired eLearning, an LMS is a software application used to administer, track, document, and report on web-based and computer-based training, online and offline events, and instructor led training programs. LMS systems are usually web-based applications. The advantage of having an LMS system is that it gives organizations the ability to centrally track training programs, especially compliance training.

Check out the learning your company's employees can do via iLMS, or Inspired Learning Management System, an LMS offered by Inspired eLearning.  It's used by small and large companies throughout the world.  And best of all, you can try it out for free!

It has the following features:

  • Import any course in many different formats
  • Training systems led by instructors or by e-learning
  • Ability to create custom courses
  • Integration with e-commerce platforms
  • Take surveys and exams within the system
  • Listing curricula and training paths
  • Have a course catalog available to users
  • Blended learning options - combine instructor-led courses with e-courses
  • Completion certificates created and sent to students
  • Due date and course completion reminders sent automatically
  • Accounts for authors and trainers
  • Course assignments
  • Create custom user groups
  • Show data on users based on segments
  • Bulk upload of users
  • Updates via spreadsheet
  • Automated user accounts
  • Single sign-on
  • Detailed user transcripts
  • Branded learning portal
  • Available in 17 languages
Check out iLMS for your learning management needs.

(This is a sponsored post on behalf of Inspired eLearning. Please see my disclosure policy for more information.)


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