As we approach 2023 there are many challenges that are prevalent within public safety organizations. A reliable and secure learning management system can address some of those concerns:
Recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce
As public safety workers are retiring or approaching retirement, organizations are re-evaluating their learning and development processes. With an LMS in place, organizations can capture and retain internal and external training records, including testing results, attendance, and certificates. By doing so, public sector organizations will have a clear assessment of where employees are in their training and have a better idea of how to address any skill gaps.
Mobile learning capabilities
Not only is addressing skill gaps important, but this also aligns with prioritizing the continuing education and knowledge of employees. Given that responders are usually in the field, it is helpful if their learning technology can support their day-to-day tasks. Meridian LMS has mobile capabilities that allow learners to take training courses and other mobile-friendly content whenever, wherever. This allows flexibility on both sides and streamlines the process for learners and administrators.
Security breaches and cybersecurity
Many public safety organizations view various compliance training programs as just another high priority check box. However, this viewpoint could cause some important details and considerations to fall through the cracks. Cybersecurity prices have been on the rise in recent years and having an LMS that can track real time compliance changes can allow your organization to stay current with compliance requirements. This can greatly benefit the organization by appropriately addressing personnel training can greatly benefit the organization. Meridian LMS can help you proactively manage your compliance training effectively and reduce the amount of penalties or security breach concerns.