A poor learning management system can affect your business in multiple ways. It could be costing you money, top talent, and potential ROI. It’s important to understand the different ways your LMS provider can be bringing your company down. Explore these three ways your current LMS could be holding your learners back.
Each year, millions of students worldwide prepare to take one of the biggest tests of their lives: a higher education admissions exam. Depending on the country and university, an admissions exam can be a prerequisite for attending college, graduating from high school, or receiving academic scholarships. Traditionally, students have spent hours poring over prep books or cramming with a tutor – but now admissions prep is going digital.
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Are you looking for a learning solution that can prepare all your employees to tackle their learning responsibilities with ease? Maybe you’re looking for a learning solution that can replace the outdated LMS you’re tired of relying on. Regardless of the reasons, it’s time to move to a solution that extends beyond the traditional offerings of an LMS and provides blended learning that can truly make a difference in your learners' confidence or work ethic.
Are Your Certification Candidates Ready for their Exam? How Prep Programs are Falling Short. Certifications are an important gateway for professionals to advance their skills and take their career to the next level. Whether a learner is required to attain a certification for a specific role or is looking to proactively upskill their knowledge, lifelong learning is fueling more urgency for people to get training on new skills needed to get ahead. In fact, according to the 2016 Pew Research Center Survey, “The State of American Jobs,” 87% of workers believe it will be essential for them to get training and develop new job skills throughout their work life in order to keep up with changes in the workplace.
It’s becoming crucial for organizations to understand how continuing education programs present a win-win opportunity for both employees and employers. While the pressures of daily business activities can often overshadow learning program initiatives, an investment in employee development can not only differentiate your culture from the next company, but also impact long-term employee engagement and results.
The ways in which professionals learn has changed drastically over the years. Gone are the days where you needed to be chained to a desk, attending night classes, or carving time out of your work schedule to advance your career. Advancements in digital learning programs and increased accessibility to technology have transformed the learning experience.