In addition, students are able to access their own data through the system, providing them with progress information, areas of success and also those that they need to improve on, which serves to spur them on and help them achieve positive results.
London, UK (PRWEB) September 30, 2009
52 local authorities around the UK are now utilising learning management software produced by Perspective, a leading authority in apprenticeship training and student monitoring.
With an increasing number of students undergoing vocational training, learning management solutions have become vital in ensuring that the attendance and progression of students is successfully monitored and that any problems are dealt with swiftly on their way to achieving their qualification.
With the introduction of new tiered diplomas under the governments 14-19 agenda, the co-ordination and management of learners is set to become relevant to more and more academic institutions as the number of learners continues to escalate. Consequently, CLM has been embraced by organisations as a means of keeping up with the attendance, progress and success of their students.
Jim Davis, CEO of Perspective, commented: "The software that we provide to academic institutions is of great value to the education sector. The ability to successfully track students and monitor their progress means that the learning process on courses such as the 14-19 diplomas is much more efficient.
"In addition, students are able to access their own data through the system, providing them with progress information, areas of success and also those that they need to improve on, which serves to spur them on and help them achieve positive results."
The PerspectiveCLM learning management system has been designed in conjunction with professionals in the education sector, as a method of linking the academic partners involved in a diverse range of learning environments.
Perspective is also part of the Systems Interoperability Framework Association (SIFA), which aims to facilitate better accessibility and management of data between academic organisations. This serves to provide local authorities with access to the most up to date and precise educational information available.
For more information on Perspective, please call 0121 506 9452, or visit perspective-uk.com.