Creating training courses used to be a labor of love.
Developing a full-blown course once took a lot of writing, editing, re-writing, copying and distribution efforts. We’ve come a long way from those early days and the processes just keep getting better and better.
LMS 365 is a good example of how efficiency and accuracy has been increased by using the latest technology. Here’s how it works:
1. A manager has some great ideas for online courses in her place of work. She takes those thoughts and creates individual online course catalogs.
2. In these course catalogs she may address a number of different subjects. One course catalog, for example, may be labeled “New employees” and include a training guide, tips to setting up voicemail and email and specific job requirements. Another folder may be called “Sales team” and contain sales goal and incentives, information on upcoming marketing promotions and overall sales department processes and procedures.
3. She can then upload valuable information about the course including syllabuses, course requirements, upcoming assignments and more.
4. With a click of the “Share” button, this content is then available for other employees in the organization to view.
5. Employees log in on any device from wherever they are to see the course descriptions. They can tell at a glance if the course is mandatory or optional and then make a decision whether or not to register.
LMS 365 connect employees to valuable learning experience in a no-pressure, convenient and engaging environment. There is no need install, integrate and manage third-party web services anymore. This frees up time and financial resources for other areas of the business.
Employees like being able to have control of their training and flexibility in how they can access course catalogs. Thanks to LMS 365, this labor of love has a fairytale storybook ending.
To learn more, visit http://www.lms365.com or call 1300 911 631 in Australia, +64 9889 4255 in New Zealand.