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Solve-TAD introduces new LMS system for Volunteer Induction

Earlier this year, Solve-TAD launched its new LMS platform, used to assist volunteers in their induction and orientation process. An LMS (Learning Management System) is a valuable tool for organisations that are looking to improve the way they induct and orient new volunteers.

Someone entering and beginning the first page of the new Solve-TAD LMS system. Completely online

Our new LMS system will streamline the induction process for all new volunteers, regardless of their location across NSW or VIC.


What are the benefits of using an LMS system for Volunteer Induction?

One of the key benefits of using an LMS for volunteer induction and orientation is that it allows organisations to centralise all of their training materials and resources in one place. This means that volunteers can easily access the information they need to learn about the organization and their roles, without having to search through multiple different sources or attend in-person training sessions.

With over 230 volunteers spread out across 15 different regions in NSW and VIC, this will prove to be an invaluable resource.

Another benefit of using an LMS for volunteer induction and orientation is that it allows organisations to track and measure the progress of their volunteers. With an LMS, we will be able to create quizzes, tests, and other assessments that volunteers can complete to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of the material.

In addition, using an LMS for volunteer induction and orientation will also help Solve-TAD save precious time and resources. With an LMS, organisations can create self-paced training programs that allow volunteers to learn at their own pace, without the need for in-person training sessions or one-on-one instruction. In the past, Solve-TAD would run full-day training sessions in both Melbourne and Sydney, which would be extremely inconvenient for new volunteers who lived rurally.

By introducing a new LMS system, all Solve-TAD volunteers will receive the same level of training, and will be able to prepare for their volunteering role from the comfort of their own home.

This project made possible by the IMB Bank Community Grant

The ongoing improvement of our new LMS system has been made possible by a community grant funded by IMB Bank. Throughout the next six months, we will have the funds to video volunteers creating unique solutions and developing online content for the LMS. Thank you to the IMB Bank for providing us the opportunity to improve our induction and orientation process for all volunteers across NSW and VIC.

Watch their IMB Bank Community Foundation Grants Announcement 2022 video

Read the IMB Bank LinkedIn Update

To find out more about IMB Bank’s award-winning products, services and community support go to imb.com.au

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