Many companies recognize the value of moving classroom training to online training delivery methods . Online training, computer –based training, eLearning or whatever you wish to name it has many advantages. It provides simultaneous delivery across business units and regions. It allows for consistent training that can be easily updated. It reduces cost and productivity down time. However, it also presents some challenges for corporate cultures steeped in traditional classroom training. Where do you start? Here are 7 simple steps to beginning the process:
What is a White Label e-Learning Platform? Have you ever stayed at a Marriott or Hilton hotel and wondered how they could provide such great service and make soap, shampoo, conditioner and lotion, too? Well, obviously they don’t. These are White Label products. A White Label product is a product that is made by one company and sold with another company’s brand, logo and identity. This is done all the time by companies that want to offer a product that they don’t have the expertise to make. Likewise, a White Label e-Learning Platform is a Learning Management System (LMS) created and maintained by a LMS provider that is branded for another company.
I’m sure that we can all agree that lower back injuries are a serious issue in the workplace and that they cost businesses thousands of dollars every year. Although injuries of some sort are inevitable over time, we do have the ability to greatly reduce and prevent back injuries with proper back safety training. In this post I am going to show you that there is a system that is proven to work in any occupational setting without hindering productivity, that system is the patented PowerLift® training program.
John Leh of Talented Learning has added another entry to his already impressive body of work on extended enterprise eLearning. In the conclusion to his latest blog post Leh writes: Offering extended enterprise learning is about helping your corporation (large or small) increase overall sales revenue, improve profit margins and stay ahead of competitors in a challenging global marketplace.
KMI learning and PowerLift® Training are proud to announce the launch of the new PowerLift® online training program on KMI Academy. PowerLift® has trained nearly a half-million workers at over 800 companies. So what makes PowerLift® unique among other back safety programs? Well… in short, it works. Read on.
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:
Talented Learning, an independent research and consulting firm for learning technology buyers and sellers, just announced the winners of their 2nd Annual LMS Vendor Awards. These awards showcase the best-of-the-best in learning management. And, right at the top of the list for a Customer LMS is KMI Learning. Most Learning Management Systems are difficult to navigate without instruction, forcing users to play by the system’s rules. Many resemble clunky databases created by and for programmers.
KMI Learning is pleased to announce the launch of our latest extended enterprise LMS implementation, Halfday Hazmat Training at www.halfdayhazmattraining.com. Our clients at Halfday Hazmat insisted on the best of breed LMS and the most creative custom content development so they turned to KMI Learning.
Strategic partnership formed to support custom curricula in fully branded learning management systems. First area of focus to improve clinical operations behavior.