LMS and quality of training

Training program platforms have been around for almost 20 years. They have, however, certainly evolved and that evolution is ongoing today. At first, they merely consisted of available content which was informative yet static, but today, and in the years to come, the integration of these platforms into a company’s networks and the progress in types of uses will help them take on more and more importance.
LMS stands for Learning Management System and refers to an online training program platform. It regroups tools that are necessary for two types of users: both trainers and trainees geared to consulting educational content and the individualization of both learning and tutoring. Its goal is to answer one key problem: how can one best disseminate training and information to groups which is useful, efficient, and adapted to the job and profile of each individual?
The usefulness of LMS is no longer in question, given how everyone needs to learn and share expertise throughout the course of their careers. Obviously, this only becomes possible with the proper parameters being set and ensuring the quality of the content put into the system.
Today’s platforms can manage remote training in the classical sense (including e-learning, m-elearning, serious games), on-site training (with the management of conference rooms, resources, trainers, etc.), career guidance, quiz generators and various types of online evaluation tools.
The goal of E-learning LMS is to create training programs that are both interesting while having the ability to monitor the learning progress of its trainees. Advanced functionalities such as the exporting of results, mass invites to trainees, the delivery of certificates are also very useful tools. Companies will come to understand the numerous advantages of these LMS which also include time-saving measures, the standardization of training procedures and the verification of acquired skills. To this end, LMS has its place in the day-to-day management of a business as it permits the constant evaluation of skills and contributes to a certified form of training programs.
Among the more commonly known platforms is Tactic! LMS ( which is a management solution for hybrid training programs (type LMS/SGA). It is a robust, established application which is available for both PC and Mac operating systems and compatible with tablets and smart phones. Tactic! LMS is geared towards high-performance organizations in search a training environment that is intuitive and ergonomic and thorough in terms of management tools which are customizable according to your needs.
To sum up, it can undeniably be affirmed that LMS platforms can contribute to the quality of a training program. The marketplace for these platforms is a young and emerging one with numerous suppliers today offering LMS solutions with innovative ideas. In the years to come, new functionalities will emerge, permitting for the learning capacities of their trainees to improve.

Caroline Irrmann