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Learning management system sought

Learning management system sought

The Department of Corrections is tendering for a Learning Management System (LMS).

LMS is software for delivering and tracking education and the Department wants to use it as a one-stop-shop for staff learning and development including delivery of online e-learning content.

The Department currently has multiple systems to deliver learning. These range from Microsoft Office desktop tools to the tracking of National Qualifications Framework standards.

A review conducted by the Department highlighted the need for tracking and reporting of training, assessments, achievements, and related costs. A centralised learning management system was proposed.

The deadline for replies is Tuesday, July 28. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 26379.


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