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An efficient enterprise learning architecture should support all learning activities across all areas of the enterprise.
FREMONT, CA: While eLearning has taken the business world by storm, there are still many enterprises weighing the pros and cons of capitalizing on an online learning strategy. This is especially true for small and medium-sized firms, as eLearning appears to be something that only big corporations need. Learning Management System is a key part of the eLearning design and development process, especially if firms have a large audience and a great deal of subject matter to provide. Here are just a few of the essential features of a Learning Management System (LMS).
The purpose of training is to create the knowledge and skill of persons to perform their jobs correctly. Qualification is the formal process of evaluating and documenting personnel's potential to perform tasks correctly and continually following prescribed needs. LMS enables training managers to define role-based qualification groups, with automated group membership and assignment rules, for corresponding needs curricula. Importantly, training completions are time-stamped and unable to be edited in the system, creating an unimpeachable record that meets the business standards.
Flexible Security Roles
While several learning management systems offer a security role functionality, some demand extremely tight security roles, limited to specific individuals who can run itemized system changes, such as modifying system configuration, updating training items, making assignments, and many more. LMS enables administrators to define specific security roles based on different functions they will require as managers, trainers, IT personnel.
A key factor to the success of an LMS is an organization’s potential to gauge its training programs' effectiveness. The basis for measuring this success is achieved through the creation and analysis of training analysis reports. This happens after training items have been created, assignments have been made, and learners have been trained. The reporting functionality within an LMS can often make it easy to appropriately extract training data and understand the training's effectiveness.