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Which sectors use an LMS effectively?

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Learning Management Systems (LMSs) such as Totara Learn and Moodle LMS have been used by organisations for years to deliver learning and training to employees online.

Digital learning solutions such as LMSs continue to be increasingly popular and there is no sign of that changing. Organisations of all sizes and across all sectors are reaping the benefits of their LMS.

As Hubken have been delivering e-learning solutions since 2004, we have a great deal of experience with clients across a wide variety of industries. Below are just some of the sectors that Hubken work with:


E-learning for Education & Training providers

LMSs like Moodle have their history rooted in education and while they have developed to a point where they can serve organisations across all sectors of business, they remain hugely prevalent amongst many education and training organisations such as the NCTJ.

LMSs allow education providers to meet high expectations, tackle administrative complexities and future-proof their learning programmes by bringing them online.


E-learning for Charities

LMSs can be powerful tools when it comes to streamlining the processes used by charities, but also providing cost-effective solutions to their training needs that will save them money in the long run.

With an LMS, charities such as LGBT Youth Scotland can close skill gaps between employees and volunteers, combat funding issues with long-term savings and ‘train to retain’ key staff and volunteers that are integral to their success.


Healthcare e-learning

In a sector where proper training can literally be the difference between life and death, ensuring staff are adequately prepared to carry out their duties is vital.

LMSs are used by healthcare organisations like Mountain Healthcare to not only train staff, but also deal with some of the common issues within the healthcare sector such as time and staffing constraints and keeping employees up to date with the ever-changing and hugely important processes.


E-learning for Local Government

For local councils such as St. Helens, attention to detail is crucial in a sector where scrutiny is relentless and standards are high.

Local government organisations use LMSs to carry out compliance training, ensure consistency or training across the organisations and deliver mass training to those across a wide geographical area.


Retail e-learning

The retail sector faces many issues that an LMS can directly address, whether it’s the constantly changing products, the prevalence of seasonal workers or the need for workers to be constantly on the shop floor.

With an LMS, retail organisations like Holland & Barrett can keep new and existing staff up to date with the latest products and processes with e-learning materials that can be accessed from any device whenever suits the users, meaning they don’t have to take time away from their day-to-day roles to attend a training course.


Veterinary e-learning

The veterinary industry is often an emotionally-charged one and proper training and processes are of vital importance. It’s a complex sector with constantly changing standards and practices, so staff need to ensure their skills are current and relevant.

Veterinary service providers like CVS Group use an LMS to deliver complex training to keep staff on top of the required skills and knowledge, fitting in training online around long shifts when employees have time to access the learning content.


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