Learning Management System (LMS) Overview

Improve L&D with a Learning Management System that works with your intranet

Choose an LMS that works seamlessly with your intranet for a simpler way to improve your teams’ personal development. Our digital workplace software includes an LMS platform as standard, making it easier to build engaging training programmes for your teams. Create custom learning experiences using our training paths feature, which allows you to personalise your teams’ training content to suit their learning styles and schedule.

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Build a fully featured training programme with the support of your intranet

Our integrated platform combines intranet software with business tools – including our LMS software – that make your organisation flow. That means you can build learning environments that boost staff development in the same place as your intranet, providing a consistent user experience that reduces context switching and improves productivity.

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Easily access learning content from your Learning Management System dashboard

Our LMS dashboard is your teams’ dedicated hub for learning. From here, staff can access all their learning tools from one central place, such as personalised learning paths, training records, online courses, quizzes, and training events.

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Build personalised training paths to support your teams' learning styles

Everyone learns at different speeds and in different ways. Support your employees’ diverse learning styles by building personalised learning paths, which give staff a series of curated learning activities to help them reach their learning goals in a way that suits them.

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Create multiple types of learning content to engage your teams

Our Learning Management System gives you the freedom to incorporate multiple learning materials into your training programme. Create quizzes, course content, and content-rich landing pages directly in your system, and integrate with external training content such as SCORM courses, videos, and slides to build a comprehensive learning experience that will engage staff.

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Make learning fun and interactive with gamification features

Increase staff engagement with gamification tools that will make learning fun and accessible. Build interactive quizzes to test your coworkers’ knowledge, where they can earn points or training records that contribute to their learning goals, and use employee rewards to formally recognise your team’s achievements.

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Boost your online learning programme by creating in-person training events

Blended learning – which is a mixture of in-person training events and self-directed online learning – is a tried and tested approach to boosting knowledge across your teams. Our Learning Management System allows you to create training events such as webinars, conferences, and talks to complement your teams’ learning objectives.

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Keep track of your teams' learning progress with automated reports

Gather key insights into employees’ training progress, including course completion rates and training record numbers, with our built-in reporting tools. Save valuable time by scheduling reports to run automatically and export data into CSV for detailed analysis.

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Learning Management System FAQs

 

What is an LMS?

An LMS – short for Learning Management System – is a piece of software that digitises the entire learning experience and provides organisations with a cloud based online training hub.

A Learning Management System includes everything that teams need to achieve their learning goals such as online courses, interactive quizzes, learning paths, and training records.

As well as providing a range of learning tools to support staff development, LMS platforms give senior team members an easy way to keep track of learner progress through in-built reporting and analytics features.

LMS platforms are loaded with tools that will improve your teams’ personal development, as well as enhance knowledge sharing across your company. Here’s a list of the most common Learning Management System features and benefits:

• Online courses: Online training courses are the foundation of your teams’ training programme, and so are a must-have Learning Management System feature. Courses can be anything from quizzes and training modules to reading materials and videos. They can even be hosted external to your LMS – such as SCORM courses – and then integrated into your system for a seamless learning experience.
• Personalised training programmes: An important part of the training and learning process is to be mindful that people absorb information differently. A good LMS should incorporate features that enable you to tailor an individual’s learning programme. The Claromentis LMS includes learning paths technology, which allows team leaders to build a personalised sequence of learning activities for each member of staff. This empowers employees to enhance their knowledge in their own time, and in a way that accommodates their learning style.
• Gamification features: Gamification takes elements of video gaming – such as earning points and winning trophies – and applies them to a training programme. It’s a motivational technique that drives people’s desire to continue learning, and a good LMS should include this feature as standard. Interactive quizzes, points dashboards, and badges are all examples of gamification features, so look out for these when searching for an LMS.

The terms “LMS” and “e-learning” are often interchangeable. But there can be some subtle differences.

For example, e-learning software might only include the online courses and modules that people take to enrich their knowledge. An LMS, on the other hand, tends to encompass both this and additional tools such as reporting, analytics, and gamification features.

So in general, an LMS is an all-inclusive training suite, whereas e-learning software is used to deliver online course materials.

So what are examples of an LMS in action? We’ve picked our top three below:

The Central Bank of The Bahamas

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As one of the only intranet vendors who provide an integrated Learning Management System in the UK, the teams at The Central Bank of The Bahamas chose Claromentis as their software partner.

This powerful combination enabled teams to take training courses and quizzes in the same place they access documents, calendars, and company information.

 

Emergency Physicians of the Rockies

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EPR provides emergency care across North Colorado. With over 100 medical staff out on the field, being able to keep them up-to-date on their training was essential.

Using the in-built Claromentis LMS, the teams at EPR designed their own blended learning courses including Mass Casualty Incident drills and a physician sabbatical programme to encourage wellbeing.

 

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We use our own LMS software to train our teams on new policies, technology, and compliances. Doing so ensures that our staff understand the processes that make our organisation run smoothly, which is essential when handling sensitive customer data.

For instance, when we needed to train our teams on HIPAA compliance, we created personalised learning paths that targeted specific teams based on the nature of their job role and the type of system access they’d require.