Let’s look at how we can create our own in-house training modules. Your LMS should offer you a creation tool which allows you to create new modules and update existing modules at any time, without having to go through a third party. The creation tool should be easy to use, so anyone that can competently use a computer should be able to create and update their own modules. If you have to send your content to someone else to create your modules then you don’t have full control over your training modules. Good creation tools will allow you to connect through any internet connection with a username and password to an environment where you can easily work on your modules.
HR stands for Human Resources and is an integral part of any medium to large organisation. From the corporate viewpoint, employees are generally seen as assets to the business whose value is enhanced by development. Hence, companies will engage in a barrage of human resource management practices to capitalize on those assets. The development of staff can be a simple process if the organisation has the correct LMS in place to facilitate the training and reporting of its workforce. HR departments can be kept lean and effective with the correct tools and therefore do not need another layer of infrastructure to handle their own positioning within the organisation.
An operating system can improve efficiency and reduce costs at the same time and should be high on any organisations list of priorities when looking at how to manage and train their employees. For best results; the operating system should be functional within the organisation, be mobile and be hosted on the cloud to reduce other infrastructure costs. Internal operating systems create new layers of IT employees, programing time, physical severs, data transfers, security, maintenance and continual redevelopment. These costs can blow out when all additional expenses are taken into consideration. Instead, you can have a fully serviced and updated solution without the need for your organisation to increase its skill base.
There are many different ways to look at a learning centre; in days gone by, this would mean one or many physical training facilities fitted out with an enormous amount of equipment and staff required to operate. The new learning centres are based in the cloud and can be dynamic, interactive, non-threatening and open 24/7. The ideal learning centre has training modules that can be controlled by the users so they can operate when and where they feel like. They should be able to stop and go over any training they didn’t understand, without peers judging their intelligence. This is the learning centre of the present day and is why learning outcomes are now better than their predecessors.