LMS corporate training assists not only in upskilling your employees but also provides efficient and effective training interventions that allow learners to access learning anytime, anywhere and on any device.
When individuals think of learning management systems (LMS), their applications in academic environments come to mind, however, an LMS can also be used to solve the day-to-day training challenges within the corporate setting.
LMS’ are beneficial to a wide range of organisations - these web-based technologies are primarily used to plan, implement, and assess learning in a controlled and user-centric setting. These can be tailor-made to suit a learner’s specific needs by utilising interactive and user-friendly features, on-the-go capabilities (responsive design), and real-time reporting and analytics - no more cramped classroom settings, high travel costs or lengthy presentations.
A good way to incentivise an employee to complete a set of courses is to make use of an LMS’ gamification features. These game mechanics allow instructors and administrators to create courses that encourage extra learner motivation and engagement, possibly in the form of leader boards, points, and badges. Exciting features such as this are invaluable to any corporate organisation’s return on training investment.
Employee training and onboarding is one of the most common uses for an LMS as it is highly effective in identifying an individual’s needs and then addressing these knowledge gaps. An example of this is the utilisation of training intelligence analytics which allows employers to understand how effective the training courses are and, in turn, allows instructors/course developers to identify areas where new employees need more assistance; as well as providing a control mechanism to ensure that employees complete mandatory training requirements. This invaluable data is easily lost or skewed when in-person training or virtual instructor-led training (VILT) is utilised. In addition, online support is merely a click away if an employee needs a more in-depth breakdown of coursework.
Another common use of an LMS is for continuous employee development and learning retention. According to the Ebbinghaus Curve, up to 80% of learned information is forgotten the day after training – an LMS, like aNewSpring, combats this problem by making use of memory retention technology and artificial intelligence. To facilitate development programmes and ensure continuous employee progression, mandatory courses from a course catalogue database can easily be assigned to employees to ensure they are developing effective skills, remaining informed about product changes, and maintaining relevant knowledge through new product and compliance training.
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