The simple answer is anyone who needs to deliver training online or use blended learning (this is a mixture of both face-to-face and online learning). So to explore whether Moodle is the right solution for your organisation we recommend you speak to a member of our team.
1. Who uses Moodle?
Some of the sectors our Moodle clients operate in...
Some of our clients use Moodle to upskill volunteers and staff in various competencies, as well as providing training to service users. This may include learners based at local, national and international locations.
Some clients use Moodle to deliver training to clinicians for example which may be critical to ensure they have the most up to date knowledge in their field.
Many Hubken clients sell their e-learning courses to their customers, using Moodle to manage an important revenue stream.
Moodle allows them to distribute an array of training content on-demand to their members, for example continuing professional development (CPD) training.
Moodle is also commonly used in higher education and widely across the public sector around the world.
What do organisations use Moodle for?
Moodle is an open-source platform which is continually updated and improved. It can be extended to meet your own organisation’s requirements or delivered straight out of the box. It’s a flexible platform which can also be customised by Hubken’s team to meet your organisational aims.
1. Compliance Training
Many organisations have legal or statutory requirements to train their employees. Health and safety training is just one example. Crucially Moodle enables administrators to quickly prove that individuals or groups of learners have completed this training.
2. Competency Based Training
If you have employees, customers or members who need to achieve different levels of competency in different fields, Moodle enables you to control who needs to achieve what. Making the potentially complex, simple.
3. Onboarding Training
When you have new starters, particularly if they are working across different locations, including home working you can use Moodle to target the relevant training right at them and track their progress.
4. Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
In many professions, especially vocational ones such as teaching or nursing, CPD is essential. Moodle is widely used to keep professional’s knowledge and skills up to date.
5. Selling Courses
Some organisations use Moodle to deliver paid-for courses to their clients, using it as an important revenue generator.
6. Training For Members
Many Hubken clients are membership organisations who need to distribute learning content to those members who may be professionals or enthusiasts in any number of fields, paying an organisation to supply high quality training via distance learning.
In fact, there are very few forms of training that Moodle can’t be used to deliver, so regardless of your sector Moodle could deliver powerful advantages!GET HELP FROM HUBKEN