The metrics available via our Learning Management System allow you to truly define exactly how you want to report and monitor your online training.  Our LMS not only allows you to choose from a wide range of data sources but also how you want them displayed. Take a look at what a LMS metrics should look like.


Different organisations need to report on different aspects of their online training. We have created a wide range of metrics to suit your organisations' essential reporting requirements.

Whether you want to use the LMS for reporting on the volume of online training completed or how long users have spent on each activity or question our LMS can meet your needs. Some of the other metrics include: The completion status of training (i.e. overdue, complete, pending), the status of a user's flow through their learning pathways, pass rates and adherence to compliance.

The key learning metrics for measurement and tracking can be added to the manager's dashboard and setup as automated emails to make reporting as convenient as possible.



Key LMS Metrics within The Learning Management System

Key LMS metrics should enable an organisation to use Big Data to help senior management scrutinize processes, learner journeys and ensuring that the graphs and stats are aligned with key learning objectives.


An LMS to Measure The Rate of Completion

Are you able to easily find out if your learners are completing assigned activities and modules? If you have an LMS, the answer is probably yes, you can see if their status is 'completed' or 'passed'. But do you know if they're actually absorbing information or just clicking everywhere to complete the module as fast as possible without really understanding the information? Can you easily identify additional topics for learning intervention? With the latest development of learning management system metrics, we can delve into user activity. Doing this enables you to draw key insights about learning needs within the organisation, making it easy to identify future learning initiatives. 


Measure Learners Progress and Performance Metrics in an LMS

Learning metrics fall into 2 main categories: group and individual. Group metrics give insights into the progress of a group of learners, and individual reports give you detailed insights into each user's learning journey. An example of the difference between these two groups is; the ability to analyse group user pass rate to the individual, essentially figuring which users have successfully completed a task. The LMS metric measurement of effectiveness dashboard can help ascertain whether a user is compliant or needs training with our easy to use learner performance and measurement tool.


Measuring Learners Knowledge and Competency Metrics

A key aspect for measuring learners progress is to know whether they are compliant and the modern LMS metric system should be able to display this quickly.

There are key compliance metrics every company wants to measure and with customisable metric tags, our LMS can ensure your learning and development procedures are measuring the key metrics for learning stages of proficiency.


Do you want an LMS to have customisable metrics?

One of the reasons Bolt LMS is ahead, in terms of reporting, is its ability to set parameters of evaluation of which to report on. From this data we can create customisable reports for detailed analysis, giving actionable feedback.
Some learners struggle with online training and need enhanced approaches to resolve the learners' journey. Sometimes this comes in the form of visualisation simulators for conceptualising the steps of the user to cement the learning.


LMS to Measure Evaluation Ratings

Using an LMS to evaluate eLearning can be a hit or miss, especially if you have created content in-house and was expecting a better outcome from the modules. Here at Bolt, we specialise in developing content that engages, designed to be absorbed and ensure the learners are at forced to learn through innovation and creative design. However, you need to make sure your modules are performing and that's why our LMS metrics help you understand your user's experience and report back to you in a way that helps make quick and effective changes to get evaluation ratings back into the necessary standards.


Using Metrics to Measure ROI in a Learning Management System

An advanced LMS with all the latest features and functionality is going to cost you a lot, even the free learning management systems will in time and effort spent on creating the modules and learning materials. This means LMS metrics need to show the benefits versus the costs, it is not worth having one if the benefits are not measurable.
With Bolts LMS system it gives you enough functionality and features to analyse the performance, which can be compared to sales and customer service to identify key areas of where to improve. An example is the rate of the improved success rate of compliance training compared to the time spent previously before using LMS's key performance indicators.


Customised Learning Management System Metrics

Here at Bolt we have an LMS that is customisable and allows you to report and create customised metrics for enhanced data. An LMS should report on key objectives and enable you to generate reports specific to your current goals and learning modules, learners and past events, whatever nature.




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