No company today can afford not to train their employees well. But time, money and logistics are all counting against your business in order to do this. The online Learning Management System (LMS) is the answer to these problems.
A LMS can provide training on just about anything. It is a system well suited to the fast-paced, career-orientated content that employees need to know about.
Our LMS is capable of integrating many functionalities which can be chosen according to your organisations individual need
At Sound Idea we have spent years developing our CollectiveMind LMS. As we have built and deployed our own unique and innovative LMS, we have a very deep understanding of our LMS capabilities and future roadmap.
We understand the capabilities of our system intimately so we can customise it to get the best results for our clients’ corporate learning needs. Your LMS should reflect your company's brand and culture.
At every level we’ll reflect our client’s brand, tone and culture throughout the system.
We can integrate our LMS into our client’s existing systems, databases, etc.
We are familiar with some of the most state-of-the-art content authoring software like Adobe’s Captivate and Articulate’s Storyline and we can include these into our in-house developed LMS or our clients' systems.
Choose between three support and deployment options. We will help you choose whichever bests suits your organisation’s needs. All options include training in systems.
Our CollectiveMind LMS is fully customisable. There are a range of functionalities available to suit your needs.
Now that you have chosen how we can offer the LMS to you, let’s explore what you can do with our system.
At the lowest level of administrative access is the learner, who possesses a login to the learning portal. Trainers have access to schedules and scoring practical assessments.
Managers can access reports and tracking data of learners directly under their portfolio and administrators can access all information pertaining to these learners.
The Super Admin has global access to all information on everyone.
The following image shows what access different role players have.
Below are some images of learner portal screens. LMS are customised to fit the branding and culture of the organisation throughout.
A view of a courses and modules menu page.
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