When it comes to compliance, firms seek solid solutions. Companies often turn to a learning management system (LMS) to handle the administration, delivery, tracking, and reporting of instructor-led classes and eLearning programs. A good LMS is particularly important for firms that are required to provide compliance training. The LMS can help the organization limit legal risks by making it easier to track and report the delivery and completion of compulsory training. An LMS that carefully and effectively tracks compliance will save a company time, money, and peace of mind.

This paper, Four Crucial Characteristics of a Compliance LMS, by Susan Jacobs and Chris Benz with Tracie Cantu, Tom King, and Christy Tucker, explores four crucial characteristics to consider when selecting a compliance LMS. The LMS should:

  • Provide an automated workflow
  • Manage revisions of compliance training material
  • Maintain a record of receipt of training schedules and related information on trainings
  • Use a central storage location

Download this paper today, and learn what steps to follow in selecting a compliance LMS.

All Contributors

Chris Benz

Director of Online Events, The eLearning Guild

Tracie Cantu

Director of Learning Technology, Whole Foods Market

Susan Jacobs

Publications Manager, The Learning Guild

Tom King

Talent Experience Evangelist, Bluewater Learning

Christy Tucker

Learning Experience Design Consultant, Syniad Learning