Virginia to use LMS for social work training

June 2004
IT Training;Jun2004, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports that the Virginia Institute of Social Services Training Activities has bought a Pathlore learning management system (LMS) to run courses for 40,000 people. The users will include daycare workers, adoptive parents, lawyers and social workers, and a wide range of courses will be available. The institute previously managed training through five different systems. The LMS will resolve this problem, and should also make it easier for staff to find and take courses.


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