How does an LMS save you time?
#1 Early creation of courses
Thanks to learning management software (LMS), online courses are not time-consuming. In fact, LMS offers pre-defined template libraries and guidelines so that trainers can enter their content and easily create a course. Mandatory training courses (such as compliance, hygiene, training for new hires, personal development training, professional training) can be created in advance and then be used when necessary. This allows training departments to be free to focus on other issues.
#2 Reach all employees at any time
Through a LMS you can save time and money when training employees and external stakeholders (in all time zones in the world). Thanks to the functionality of the LMS it is always possible to organize virtual conferences and hold online courses or live webinars. In any case, reviewing a particular lesson is not a problem: learners can review the course recordings as they please.
#3 Form large numbers at a time
Online training makes it possible to train thousands of people at the same time in the workplace.
#4 Instant excel reports
An LMS can give an immediate and always updated feedback on the statistics of fruition of the course and allows the trainer to know in real time how many students have followed a certain lesson, how many have/have not started the course, and also how many completed complete it with which results at the final test. Also students can keep an eye on their timing of use and their test results.
#5 Easy administration
An LMS can manage multiple users on the same platform at the same time. To create many profiles in just a few minutes, you can upload a CSV file with all names and other data. In addition, LMS easily integrates with other systems and platforms. This facilitates single-sign-on for the employee, and integrates information from various organizational platforms. Integrated data can be used by the training department to explain and evaluate the results or training needs.
#6 Facilitate communication
Automatic messages and notifications can be sent to the students, without the trainers having to edit them.
#7 Monitor the learning paths of each employee
A personalized learning path guarantees that the trainers have identified the certifications necessary for the employee to obtain a maximum result at work. An LMS tracks learning paths: this means that it saves time for training teams to map each employee's progress.
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