Everybody has knowledge

they can sell.

Opportunity awaits with so many online learners looking for professional development in 2021!

Online learning is our thing.

When we look at the world, we see economic and structural inequality. As an intellectually curious team we spend a lot of time learning.  We’re often frustrated when we see challenges to access education efficiently and effectively because access to education is the start to solving many people we deal with every day. 

We’ve decided to apply our talents in technology development to the online learning industry, also known as the Learning Management Software (LMS) industry and six years ago our team delivered AltusLMS. 

AltusLMS is an online learning platform. For service providers to healthcare and healthcare professional associations the AltusLMS platform facilitates end-user engagement, business pipeline development and customer intelligence while remaining compliant. For Healthcare professionals, AltusLMS enables employers and individuals to meet and track professional license requirements or simply improve their professional skills.

Cohesive Learning

Training and development is important in all companies regardless of size. Trained employees mean a compliant workforce and better performance.

Easy Compliance

Training is essential for all companies, it’s very important to have a software that can automate this process. That’s why all companies need to set up an automated learning process for its employees.

Ensured Success

Learning Management Systems have become an integral part of the process of designing eLearning content, especially if the institution has a lot of trainers and few or no coach, so it is necessary to use one of these systems to facilitate the tasks for companies and improve the learning process.

Your Solution

Reap the rewards of a Learning Management System that loves to win.

1

Content in One Place

The Learning Management System lets you store all your content in one place, reducing the risk of losing important data, and even making organizing it a very easy task. Each eLearning management team member or other users can then access information, data, or anything else through the cloud storage system.
2

Easy Access to The Material

Once you upload your scientific material on the LMS, it will become available to all users all the time. It is easy for learners to get courses from anywhere using any desktop or mobile device.
3

Easy to Track The Learning Process And Learners Development

An LMS gives you the ability to track the progress of learners in the course material. More precisely, you can track their understanding of the material, measure their interaction with the content provided, see if it meets all of their needs, or be enhanced with some text, audio, and video files to enrich it.
4

Reduction of The Costs of Education and Training

A Learning Management System (LMS) provides a lot of mobility to attend lectures since the actual presence of the subject matter expert (SME) and learners are not exclusive. This can help to reduce costs related to paper curricula that will be replaced by digital portfolios and other cloud applications.
5

Reduction of The Duration of Learning

The learner may have acquired skills or knowledge of some of the contents of the course offered. In this regard, the LMS allows direct access to lessons that the learner has not yet been able to provide. A system of tests can enable the learner to be able to confirm that some units, sections or parts can be exempted from study.
6

Easy to Update the Material

If you want to add, delete, or update online modules for an electronic learning course, you can simply access the Learning Management System and make the necessary adjustments, which is not easy nor cheap when talking about paper courses and programs.
HEALTHCARE COMPLIANCE

Online Learning for Healthcare

Continuing education is required for many healthcare professionals, ranging from physicians to custodial staff at healthcare institutions. Healthcare continuing education is used not only as a compliance tool for licensing and workforce compliance to ensure Medicare/Medicaid (CMS) reimbursement, which accounts for 49% of an institution’s revenue, but also as a tool to make healthcare professionals aware of new innovations and policies in healthcare.