KMI Learning and the Public Health Foundation (PHF) are pleased to announce the launch of the rebuilt, modern version of the TRAIN Learning Platform used by over 1.3 million members of the nation’s Public Health workforce. On January 30, 2017 the new TRAIN began giving learners the ability to access new features. Users of this brand new, state-of-the-art learning management system (LMS) platform will experience the following improvements: Mobile-friendly access, allowing learners to use TRAIN on a variety of devices Modern design that is easy to navigate Simplified account creation Improved advanced course search Streamlined learning record management, including transcripts and certificates Increased support, including video tutorials and easy-to-understand documentation The first phase of the platform, which includes major learner features, is now available on the national TRAIN site at www.train.org and the CDC TRAIN site at www.train.org/cdctrain/.
When most people think of online learning, they think of courses offered through the Internet by a local college or university. Or, they think of a corporate LMS (Learning Management System) where employees go to take compliance training. A much newer form of online learning is offered through an Extended Enterprise, or Customer LMS. Extended enterprise learning is learning offered to those that are outside of the organization. In this case, a company has determined it would be beneficial to offer training externally, whether it be to their vendors, franchisees, an external sales force, customers or the general public. There are a number of reasons you may find this advantageous: