Brief Summary >>>

The Learning Management System (= LMS) manages the delivery of web-based, SCORM compliant course content to learners. Web-based courses must conform to the SCORM 1.2 or SCORM 2004 up to 3rd edition standard.

What is a SCORM-compliant Course?

A course with training content consisting of one or more web pages providing a self-paced learning experience to the learner. The learner can begin the course at any time, stop it and resume it later. The learner decides how quickly he or she will move through the course material. These are standard features that can be changed/ overwritten by the course developer. All course development and course authoring tools should therefore conform to: SCORM 1.2, 1.3 or SCORM 2004 standard.

Course Publishing, Launching And Tracking

1. SCORM-compliant content is published by adding courses to the LMS to be activated by LMS admin or person in charge.
2. A learner logs into CAP Employee/ Learner module and starts LMS module in order to launch a course.
3. LMS keeps track of the learner's activity within each course like i.e.: Question, answer, time spent, progress, score, result, etc..
4. Training activity, success, test result, Passed or Failed status if quiz, etc. of all learners and courses can be reviewed and reported.

System Architecture

Every user accesses the LMS though the interface and functionality of a Web Browser. The web browser transmits actions and commands to the LMS software installed on the web server in connection with: IIS. Training and learner related information and data is stored in a SQL Server database.