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A Closer Look at The Learning Network

Your closer look at our family of companies continues with a deep dive into The Learning Network (TLN). The Learning Network has emerged as a focal point for our eLearning vertical and stands as a shining beacon underpinning our business model. Because here at Pluribus Technologies, we purchase technology companies with the intent of finding synergies among them. And it is within our eLearning vertical that this mission has found real legs.

Many of the companies that make up our eLearning vertical share similarities among their offerings. For example, the Kesson Group provides a critical resource for teachers, an underserved cohort in today’s world. Through its innovative hiring platform, Teach Away, the Kesson Group provides aspiring teachers with new and affordable pathways to teacher licensure and connects them directly with employment at top schools and districts.

One example of a technology shared among our family of eLearning companies is that of the learning management system (LMS). Learning management systems are software applications for the administration, documentation, tracking, reporting, and delivery of educational courses, training programs, or learning and development programs. They are used to plan, implement, and assess a specific learning process. And they are often used by businesses, schools, and other organizations to deliver and manage training and educational content to employees or students.

How The Learning Network Innovates in the eLearning Space

Several companies within our eLearning vertical have developed cutting-edge learning management systems. And it is under the umbrella of The Learning Network that they have all come together. Itself a family of companies within a family of companies, The Learning Network offers a hybrid model of traditional and digital learning solutions.

The Learning Network specifically addresses training and ongoing education requirements for businesses and schools in a number of ways. For example, The Learning Network solutions are perfect for complex compliance training in a variety of industries. There are also excellent solutions available for intense sales training or even just run-of-the-mill employee training.

  • TLN for Compliance: Enhance your online compliance training by employing an eLearning solution. You can update your old procedures and effectively streamline impactful, purpose-driven learning quickly and easily.

  • TLN for Sales: Online training is a proven and effective solution for improving the skills, knowledge, and attributes of your sales force. Give your sales staff the tools they need to succeed.

  • TLN for Employee Training: Onboarding new employees and keeping them – and current employees – trained in new policies, procedures, or information is not easy. Until now. TLN solutions provide a more efficient way to deliver world-class onboarding.

With its powers combined, The Learning Network offers affordable, easy-to-use, yet comprehensive eLearning solutions to businesses of all types and sizes. From mid-size family-run companies to enterprise-level corporations operating on a global scale.

Speaking of scale, TLN solutions are built to do just that as you grow your business. Even better, that’s one of many solutions your company can take advantage of to level up its training and development game.

How is eLearning a More Effective Way to Train Employees?

The fact is eLearning is here to stay. And there's a good reason for it. eLearning is a better way to train employees because it offers several advantages over traditional, in-person training methods. Utilize eLearning for your organization because of its:

  • Flexibility: eLearning allows employees to complete training at their own pace and on their own schedule, which can be particularly beneficial for employees who have busy work schedules or other commitments.

  • Cost-effectiveness: eLearning eliminates the need for travel, accommodation, and other expenses associated with in-person training, which can save organizations significant amounts of money.

  • Scalability: Utilize eLearning as a way to deliver information to many employees at once. This makes it a cost-effective way to train large groups of people.

  • Consistency: eLearning ensures that all employees receive the same training, which can be difficult to achieve with traditional, in-person training methods.

  • Convenient: Today, it’s all about accessibility. Employees should be able to access their training documentation from anywhere, on any device.

  • Trackability: eLearning provides metrics and analytics on employee progress, allowing your organization to track your employees’ performance and improve the training program.

Has your company implemented a comprehensive eLearning solution? If not, now may be the time. Start the journey today and know you’re in safe hands with The Learning Network.

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