Learning Nexus are delighted to announce that it has become a Totara Gold Partner. Since only adopting Totara partnership in April 2016, Learning Nexus has successfully implemented learning solutions with several public and private organisations, including the Science Museum Group, the Student Loans Company and the Local Government Association.
The Totara web-based platform is based on the popular Moodle learning management system but has a wide range of enhancements and functionalities which allows for a better learning experience for users. Since becoming partners, Learning Nexus have been able to help clients understand the benefits of Totara LMS such as classroom management and sophisticated reporting.
As well as the Totara learning management systems already implemented, Learning Nexus have further interest from a range of existing and new clients, building on the popularity of the Totara Learning ethos. The Totara LMS also makes up part of Learning Nexus’ new compliance solution, NexusComply, which builds upon the system with quality bespoke and curated eLearning to provide an overwhelming effective learning experience.
Andy Kirk, Channel Partner Manager at Totara Learning said: “Learning Nexus have made a great start with Totara and hit the ground running, bringing some high-profile customers on board using Totara LMS as the perfect platform for their compliance eLearning and assessment offer. I am confident they will build on this success and reach Platinum Partner status very soon.”
Peter Howell, Learning Nexus’ Managing Director said: “We are very excited to have achieved Totara Gold Partnership after joining the community last year. The Totara LMS offers the functionality that our customers are looking for and this status recognises our ability to implement quality eLearning solutions”.
Ken George, Learning Nexus’ Chairman adds: “After several successful corporate and public sector implementations, we’re delighted with this achievement and look forward to continuing to provide high quality Totara LMS solutions”.