Corporate LMS: Compliance vs Engagement

  Mention ‘compliance’ and enthusiasm is likely to drain from employees’ faces. Yet whatever sector you operate in, there is some level of compliance required by laws, regulations, standards or other forms of governance. Compliance is, of course, essential. A forklift driver needs required licences and certification for very good reasons and a company would…. Read more

Using LMS in manufacturing

  Learning management systems offer specific benefits when deployed in manufacturing. An LMS is as useful in a small machinery shop as it is in a large factory with hundreds or thousands of employees. An LMS can deliver training on production, quality, materials handling, health and safety and any regulatory topics necessary to employees’ work….. Read more

LMS for onboarding

  Estimates that replacing a staff member can cost £20-£30,000 and that new joiners generally reach optimum productivity after 20-30 weeks highlight the importance of onboarding best practices and an effective employee retention strategy. If you want every new joiner to become a productive, long-term member of staff, good onboarding is essential. While one-to-one training…. Read more

LMS for Training Partners

  Where you work with partners to assemble your products, resell them or sell them as part of a franchise, your corporate learning management system can ensure they are fully trained on all aspects of your business and products, and meet your quality standards through tailored partner e-learning content. Use your LMS to provide this…. Read more

LMS for Public Sector: Councils and Housing Associations

  The public sector continues to face some of the biggest challenges ever as events such as Brexit signal immense future change at every level of government while causing uncertainty in the present. The sector also continues to experience funding cuts, so that employees are under more pressure but required to provide the same and,…. Read more

LMS for Training Clients

  Acquiring a new client costs more than retaining an existing one, so ensuring a new client remains loyal and buys from you again is important for future business growth. Helping customers get the best value from your products and services is one way to build loyalty. Whether you produce industrial equipment, consumer gadgets or…. Read more

Using LMS in retail businesses

  The retail sector is undergoing a massive change as it adapts bricks-and-mortar operations to complement and compete with online stores. High street stores face particular challenges from property/rent and employee costs when compared with online stores. In the UK, the retail sector is the largest private sector employer with 2.9 million employees, but it…. Read more

The role of L&D and HR in successful LMS implementation

  People – the employees of an organisation – must always be the main focus of any learning management system. A human resources (HR) department exists to manage everything regarding the people in an organisation, from recruitment to payroll, while the role of the learning and development (L&D) team is to manage and provide people…. Read more

5 Questions to ask before choosing an LMS


Introducing a Learning Management System is as much an investment of your time as of your money, with the future development of your organisation’s skills base and culture depending on it. Choosing the right Learning Management System provider as your partner is as important as the system itself, so what questions can you ask to…. Read more