Totara Learn and Moodle are two leading LMSs used to manage distribute and measure formal learning ensuring employees receive the necessary training to carry out their roles effectively.
E-learning and LMSs for the NHS and healthcare organisations
Make a difference one patient at a time
The healthcare sector is one in which the implementation of an effective e-learning strategy can have huge benefits to staff and patients alike.
The reality is that having properly trained staff can quite literally be the difference between life and death for patients, so there are few industries where training is more important.
e-learning can become a powerful part of a healthcare organisation’s training armoury and implementing it successfully is all about choosing the right platform.
“Hubken knew what they were talking about and only said ‘yes’ when they meant ‘yes’ – there were no empty promises.”
How can our LMS platforms meet your healthcare training needs
With an LMS administrators can easily access all the data and reports they need from one central place to meet medical competency and compliance goals within one system.
Our LMSs are fully customisable so your healthcare training platform can regularly be adapted to meet the Continuous Medical Education (CME) needs unique to your staff.
The open-source e-Learning functionality available through our LMSs enables you to save funds on implementation costs without having to pay for any initial or ongoing licence.
Key LMS features for hospitals and medical training
With our LMS you are able to assign courses and create recurring and automated certifications across your entire organisation to keep everyone safe.
Using our robust, customised reporting you can track and monitor learner progress and achievements.
Multi-tenancy architecture allows you to give multiple departments or organisations their own branded learning platform with custom permissions in the same installation.
What is the best LMS for healthcare?
Totara Engage (LXP)
An LXP such as Totara Engage is a more informal social approach to e-learning. It allows employees to learn from peers in a social setting with an emphasis on learning skills ‘on the job’.