So, you are ready to buy a learning management system (LMS) for your not-for-profit! That’s great. However, the initial decisions in purchasing a not-for-profit LMS can be a little tricky. There are over 1,000 LMS providers offering a wide range of features and pricing. With so many choices, the task of selecting a NFP LMS for your organisation can be challenging.
Are you helping to manage training at an Australian or New Zealand not-for-profit organisation? Then this article might be a great starting point if you are new to the learning and development industry, online training or not-for-profit LMS (learning management systems).
Big Brown House was faced with a significant challenge: Deliver training that met strict standards to a geographically dispersed group of learners. By creating a blended model that leveraged online training to ensure that any in-person training that occurred would have the maximum impact possible, the small team at Big Brown House could deliver amazing learning outcomes on a limited budget.
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There are many LMS systems on the market, each having different features, planning what you need and what it must have vs nice to have, including what your budget is, will help you narrow down your search.
A short summary of the pros and cons of both pricing points, ultimately it depends on your organisation and how many users will actively use the platform each month over a 12-month period.
When looking to update or reframe your training, look in to modern LMS platforms that will give you the tools to create and update your content, set reminders, track and report progress and help you keep on top of your training.
Managing multiple platforms for your online courses and employee training can get costly in the long run. Hence, you might find yourself down to choosing between an online learning platform vs learning management system (LMS). The good news is that you don’t have to pick one over the other. Nowadays, there are software solutions that provide an all-in-one platform for all your distance learning needs.
The training industry fails to help modern organisations. This sounds harsh, but our recent survey of Australian organisations suggests that the training industry fails to supply solutions which organisations need and want, and instead focuses on providing solutions which suit the industry itself.
Is management putting pressure on your training budget? Do you need to slash training costs but keep training outcomes? Do you simply have less money in the budget for learning? In this episode of ‘7 x7 eLearning’, Jordan and Dave from Tribal Habits review 7 ways to help reduce your training costs – without sacrificing your training outcomes.