AdvanceOnline Training Center (LMS)

A tool for the administration, documentation, tracking, reporting, automation, and delivery of online training programs.

The cornerstone of our business is the AdvanceOnline Training Center, our signature Learning Management System (LMS). Simply put, the LMS is how we deliver our courses, track student progress and performance, generate reports, and assign tasks. This means you can use our LMS to plan and manage a complete training program for all your workers, whether you have one or thousands of employees.

The LMS is Web-based. So it's online all the time. With AdvanceOnline, you have around-the-clock access to your employees' training records, and your employees can enjoy self-paced learning anytime from any available Internet connection.

Tools to Assign, Track, Report

Learn with Flexibility

  • Sign up for new courses
  • Learn anytime, anywhere
  • Update student information (such as changing an address, phone number, e-mail address, or password)
  • Print receipts or certificates from previously completed training courses

Easily Manage your Organization

  • Create Training Groups or Individual Learner accounts
  • Assign courses to Learners
  • Track Progress
  • Create Reports
  • Update student information (such as changing an address, phone number, e-mail address, or password)
  • Print receipts or certificates from previously completed training courses

Frequently Asked Questions

"LMS" stands for Learning Management System. We also refer to our LMS as the "AdvanceOnline Training Center".
A Learning Management System has two purposes: a tool for taking online courses and a tool for managing the students who take the courses.
Students log in to an LMS to take their courses.  Courses can be completed anytime, anywhere.  The LMS keeps track of progress in the course so a student can stop and start their training based on their own schedule.  All of their course records are stored in the LMS, including test scores, certificates of completion, and receipts for purchases
A Learning Management System is also an online tool that companies use to assign, track, and monitor the progress and completion of e-learning courses. 

Human Resource software typically manages overall employee records. The records may include summary training data, but rarely detailed data. For example, HR software may store records of courses successfully completed by an employee, but not which questions were missed on an exam. Storing training data is an option which may or may not be enabled depending upon how the HR software is configured.

An LMS may work with HR software by providing the summary training data to be recorded. Each combination of an LMS with HR software must be evaluated to determine whether or not they are compatible. Even when precedents and "hookup" manuals exist, getting an LMS to work with HR software requires IT resources.

The LMS should meet emerging interoperability standards that define the structure of Web-based learning content and how it interacts with the LMS. The standards are known by their acronyms and include AICC (Aviation Industry CBT Committee), IMS (Instructional Management Systems), and ADL SCORM (Advanced Distributed Learning Sharable Content Object Reference Model). An LMS that is "standards compliant" can serve up and play courses that are also compliant. Having a standards compliant LMS means that "plug and play" courses will be available from multiple vendors. This provides the greatest flexibility and opportunity to select the appropriate courses for your organization's training program.

Have your own Learning Management System (LMS)? Already using a third-party LMS?  We can easily provide our courses to your system through an AICC or SCORM integration.

Our catalog is flexible enough to easily merge into most systems, ensuring you have an integrated solution for your employees' training and development program.

Your employees can easily enroll into our courses using your LMS.

Both you and your employees benefit from having all of their training records in one place.  Your employees benefit from having customer support coming from one place, your Customer Support team.