EduCare LMS wins Best Education & Training Project award
Our Learner Management System has been recognised for its innovation and scope at the Totara Awards.
As our network of learners grows, our service platform has had to grow and adapt to accommodate their needs.
EduCare Learner Management System (LMS)
Our Learning Platform, MyEduCare.com has to enable over 4,000 learners per day to complete essential training.
Feedback from end users about our new LMS has been overwhelmingly positive, with 98.5% saying they would recommend EduCare’s online learning service.
The platform uses a made-to-measure, engaging course format to focus on completion (so learners know exactly what they need to do, and when) and improve intra-course navigation.
Why our Learner Management System is award-winning
- Performance. Can cope with over 500,000 users and over one million course completions per year;
- Flexible. Provides a customised, seamless and automated journey from point of purchase to completion for users from large organisations to individuals;
- Multi-tenancy. Offers full multi-tenancy, including the ability for customers (over 6,000 organisations) to manage users, allocate learning, view certificates and progress, have made-to-measure reports and individually customised/branded areas and SSO/API options (i.e. log in via their company intranet etc.);
- Contemporary and engaging. Is fit for the 21st century and fully compatible with mobile devices
Speaking about the award, Kate Atwell, our Executive Director, commented
"I am delighted that we have won this award. Creating a new LMS to meet EduCare’s growing requirements was an exciting project. There were many ‘unknowns’ due to our complex customer base and demanding performance requirements.
“We have pushed the boundaries of the possible and we are very proud of what has been achieved in a relatively short space of time. We have delivered essential safeguarding and duty of care knowledge to a vast audience via the Totara Learn system, and we are very proud to boast 1,000,000 courses have been completed in one year.”
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