July, 20 2022
Training the Organization's Next Leaders with an LMS
Leadership is often seen as an inherent skill, but it doesn't have to be. Like everything else, leadership can be developed and an LMS can make this training more efficient and effective.
Conflict Resolution Skills in LMS: Fostering Harmony in the Workplace
Conflict can and will happen in any workplace, regardless of how professional it is. What makes a workplace truly professional is how conflict is handled.
SaaS LMS: An Indispensable Tool for HR Professionals
Human Resources (HR) is constantly evolving, with new expectations for the workplace and its employees alike. All these changes can knock HR professionals off their balance.
The Future of Learning: How SaaS LMS Is Shaping Training
Software as a Service (SaaS) is everywhere now, especially because it removes the need for installations. How does SaaS effect an LMS?
Top 10 Must-Have Features in Your Enterprise LMS
Not all Learning Management Systems are the same. Some are missing necessary features for wide-scale adoption and will not fit an enterprise. These are some of those features.
Training Health and Safety on an LMS
Health and safety is an essential topic for every organization—from manufacturing to creative office work. Each environment has its own hazards that need to be trained for.
Benefits of a Learning Management System (LMS) Platform
Here’s the scenario: You are an HR Manager—or maybe the Trainer—it’s your job to onboard new employees and train existing employees to stay up to date on their compliance training. It used to be as simple as setting up a mandatory in-person session or two, or three, but now post-pandemic with the hybrid work approach and a lot of folks working remote, how do you do it?
Well, you could funnel everyone onto a Zoom meeting (and hope) they’ve printed off all the manuals, quizzes, and supporting documentation to prepare them; as opposed to, doing something that saves you time, money, and puts flexibility in the employees’ hands so that they can prioritize their workload and train on their time.
What is this trickery, you ask? It’s called a Learning Management System (LMS) and these platforms deliver better engagement and retention, are more consistent and flexible, and provide valuable data for you to track your employees throughout the training process. Let’s break it down:
- LMS platforms are more cost effective and there can be considerable cost-savings on your training budget.
- You can personalize training for each department by creating learning paths
- Automated role-based learning
- Training is scalable
- Most LMS platforms offer mobile options instead of being stuck behind a PC
- The training is generally asynchronous, but a good LMS gives you an option to register for virtual lead training, through Zoom for example, and in-person training options as well.
- Everything is trackable. You can see exactly where in the process your employee is in their training adventure.
You don’t have to be an IT expert to use an LMS, but you do need a little ambition. That is why CoreAchieve from CorePartners is your new best friend. With features like learning paths, custom branding, built-in analysis, and more, this platform offers pricing tiers that only charge on “active” monthly users—NOT how many employees are registered. And just to get your feet wet, you can start for FREE! No credit card needed. Once you’re ready to go live, your trial platform can be cloned into an active platform, and you can pick which subscription best fits your needs. As you continue to grow, you can change your subscription to another tier at any time.