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Develop and keep your best people with Learn LMS

A modern learning management system designed to make learning simple, fast and effective.

Encourage self-led learning to deliver the L&D goals of your business and your team.

What is an LMS?

A Learning Management System (LMS) can handle everything you need to develop your teams. From compliance training, to self-directed learning, and everything in between, Learn LMS sets your people up for success.

Improve the employee experience

50% of people feel they didn’t receive the training they needed last year!*

Ensure your team have access to the learning they need to progress their careers, and to improve employee experience.

* Source; Kallidus Learner Survey report 2022

Improve employee experience

Choose a user-friendly LMS

Download the Learn LMS brochure to find a learning platform that supports everybody’s goals and puts people success first.

They love it, you will too

“Our implementation of Learn LMS and our transformation to digital learning has proven to be so successful that we will never go back to our old face-to-face model. We have moved the majority of our training online – even dog training – enabling us to make considerable time and cost savings and focus on training more people, more effectively.”

Jo Cottingham, Learning and Organisation Development LMS Specialist


The simple, fast and effective learning management system

No training needed

Learn LMS is simple to use so learners easily interact, increasing completion rates and understanding.

Ensure compliance

Auto-assign and chase mandatory learning. Robust reporting makes it easy to understand who is and isn’t up to date.

Anytime, anywhere

Whether you’re driving learning through desktop, mobile or in a classroom, your people can access training wherever they are.

Blended learning

Assign and track any type of learning; online, in-person, video, social or a mix. Keep track of who’s learnt what.

Agile and adaptable

Supports the fast-evolving skills needed in the workplace to ensure continuous development.

Report for success

With high-level dashboards and in-depth reporting, it’s easy to see how well L&D is achieving in your organisation.


Still unsure? Download our brochure

Frequently asked questions

What actually is an LMS?

A Learning Management System, LMS for short, is a platform that allows you to manage every facet of workplace learning, from design and delivery to scheduling and reporting. Put simply, an LMS is your central view of all things learning within your organisation.

What benefits can an LMS provide your organisation and learners?

Learn is an award-winning, user-focused Learning Management System that allows you to deploy, manage, track, and report on all types of learning across multiple devices. With a friction-free experience, you can target learning to the right person at the right time and optimise training expenditure.

With a choice of multiple languages, clear reporting on courses to be completed and accessible course catalogues, continuous development has never been easier. You can apply your own brand in the system in just a few clicks.

What features make an outstanding LMS?
  • Personalised learning content

When content is personal and relevant, learners are more likely to be engaged and want to continue their development. So, if today’s workers expect on-demand, consumer-grade technology across all platforms shouldn’t we expect our learning to be the same? Suggested courses, new content… it’s not too good to be true.

  • Outstanding user experience

Your people have a lot on their plate, and screen fatigue is a very real concern; why would they want to face a stressful experience trying to navigate an LMS? Put simply, they wouldn’t. Engagement rates would be low, development uptake would flatline, and teams would quickly adopt a negative outlook on L&D.

The biggest win you can get for company buy-in is a super user-friendly platform. Why? It not only supports wider engagement from learners, but also makes learning truly fun. When you ace that, you’ll be reaping the rewards in no time.

  • Integration with HR stack

You want an LMS to reduce your time-consuming admin tasks, not add to the list. But if it doesn’t communicate with your HR tech stack, the manual work will rapidly creep back up. Your LMS should enable integration with your existing people tools. Imagine automated actions, specifically assigned training, new user profiles, and data synchronisation

How to use an LMS within your organisation effectively?
  • Training your employees in the office or remotely

When it comes to mandatory training (think: niche compliance, really specialist health & safety, etc), sometimes a classroom session is the right call for your teams. But keeping track of who’s compliant is difficult without a system to track it in – especially if your teams are in different locations.

Not only does an LMS track your completion rates for in-person lessons, but for those courses that can be moved online, a good LMS hosts all your courses in one central location. However you choose to adapt to a new way of working, an LMS is vital for compliance.

  • Continual professional development

Let your employees expand their knowledge and skills by providing a platform for extra learning, within or outside their job area. Whether it’s a formal qualification or chartered institute, or more general development; your employees want to learn, so why not make it easy for them? By normalising the learning people want to do, it’s easier to engage them with those things they have to do.

  • Onboard your new hires

An LMS even simplifies your onboarding process by automating all the useful information and training people need on their first day, helping to get new starters ramped up quickly. Whether it’s IT policies and Fire Safety training, or specific learning for their job, an LMS changes the first day from chaotic to simple.

  • Simplify reporting

Good LMS platforms also track and report real-time data, so you can check the progress of learners and identify areas for further development, or gaps around the business. This ease of tracking learner progress makes compliance reporting simple, so you can focus on your strategic L&D goals.