eLearning for Nonprofits: How to Support Training with an LMS

Advantages of Using eLearning In Nonprofit Organizations

  • eLearning reduces training costs since businesses don’t need to pay for employee and trainer travel, infrastructure and classroom maintenance, facilitators’ salaries, and documentation.
  • eLearning frees up time for trainers and SMEs to focus on other important tasks, like improving learning content.

What Is an LMS for Nonprofits?

Why Using an LMS in Nonprofit Companies Is Crucial

An LMS facilitates better communication with donors and members

1. An easy way to share training resources

2. Good communication channels

3. Data analytics to improve performance

An LMS makes it easy for nonprofits to provide timely compliance training

1. Completion tracking

2. Automatic reminders

3. Activity reports for stakeholders and auditors

An LMS can be used to generate revenue

1. Boost income generating performance

2. Create paid nonprofit courses

Common Features of an LMS for Nonprofits

1. User-friendly Interface

2. Responsive on multiple devices

3. Course authoring tool

4. Reports and analytics dashboard

5. Multiple support options

6. Gamification and certification features

7. Localization options

8. Social learning channels

Top 5 LMSs for Nonprofits

1. iSpring Learn

Cost-effective

User-friendly

Course authoring

Reporting and analytics

Customer support

2. LearnUpon

Cost-effective

User-friendly

Course authoring

Reporting and analytics

Customer support

3. Docebo

Cost-effective

User-friendly

Course authoring

Reporting and analytics

Customer support

4. Looop

Cost-effective

User-friendly

Course authoring

Reporting and analytics

Customer support

5. Moodle (open source)

Cost-effective

User-friendly

Course authoring

Reporting and analytics

Customer support

Final Thoughts

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Digital Marketing Specialist at iSpring Solutions www.ispringsolutions.com

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