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coursebuilding image How can a company or organization empower its employees with additional knowledge in a cost-effective, timely manner? The answer lies not in off-the-shelf courseware, but in a streamlined, dedicated training authoring and delivery toolset that combines ease of use with versatility. The answer lies within the capabilities of FlexTraining.

This easy-to-use, cost-effective versatile learning system allows your company or organization to achieve significant and effective knowledge transfer throughout the enterprise.

The latest tools for building online courses provide a quick, lasting strategic advantage in a competitive world. This system yields immediate feedback, real-time tracking, robust development toole, and the ability to quickly deliver targeted online courses.

Many users find that understanding the difference between a reliable learning system and some other computer education options is to understand the broad, comprehensive nature of a full training system. An LMS can be seen as is the framework that manages almost all aspects of the online learning process. A good LMS provides an automated infrastructure that accepts, organizes, delivers and tracks learning content, gathers and assesses company or individual learning goals, and in some user-understandable way tracks the progress towards meeting those goals, sometimes repeatedly.

Some vendors of modern online learning systems claim to provide "performance management systems", which includes employee evaluations, competency definition and management, so-called skills-gap reporting, workplace knowledge management, and robust course assessments (i.e., before-and-after testing). Many systems rely on what they call "competency-based learning" which manages to actually discover learning gaps - think of a set of tests on various topics - and guide managers in course selection.

In other words, it collects, filters, sorts and presents data for supervising and evaluating the learning process of the user community as a whole. A modern LMS delivers navigation and imbedded content but it also handles registering in the system, enrolling in courses, monitoring activity, skills tracking and analysis, progress tracking, and filtered, menu-based reporting.

Many learning systems have been desgned as Web-based in order to facilitate and provide access to centralized repositories of learning content and to ease administration. These systems may be deployed by companies and educational institutions to better support boardroom and classroom teaching. Centralized storage also leads to better security and logging. It also helps offer courses to a larger population of online learners, who may be working from different locations. Some systems are deployed by highly-regulated industries for compliance training.

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