What Is Kallidus Learn?
Kallidus Learn is an award-winning learning platform designed to make learning simple, fast, and effective. Give your team the access to the learning they need to achieve goals, progress in their careers, and have an all round better employee experience. Kallidus Learn is used by some of the world's biggest brands such as Aston Martin, Ricoh, McLaren Automotive, Hitachi, 22 NHS Trusts, David Lloyd, and Morrisons to deliver frictionless learning experiences for all stakeholders.
Who Uses Kallidus Learn?
Businesses looking for a self-led learning culture, increased engagement, higher compliance rates, and an all-round industry leading learning environment to win and retain market share.
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Reviews of Kallidus Learn
Kallidus Learn - Easy to use and Easy on the eye
Comments: We have been using Kallidus Learn for a little under a year and it has been a consistent system that has improved the training administration for the firm and give people easy access to their training. I would recommend them to anyone looking for an LMS
The aesthetic of Learn is very simple and easy to use, however it is engaging for the user. There is very minimal user training needed to use the system because it is easy to use. From an administrative side it is easy to understand how to set up training and the training provided by Kallidus is really good. It covers all topics you would need to run the LMS and the trainer is helpful and happy to tailor the training to our needs.
Overall it is a great system but there are a few kinks with it, for example the emails that go out from the system. It can be hard to find where to stop these as they are in multiple places in the admin tool, once you know it is not a big problem but you will probably need help from their customer support to find this.
Easy to use compared to other LMS's
The user interface is very well designed and personal The Admin console
Creating a new course is time consuming: - Having to create first the parent course, then having to create a lesson, then finally creating an event in order to publish the course to users. Can't find a way to create an ADHOC course: We sometimes have to conduct ADHOC At Desk Training, and it would be great if we had a quick way of capturing this as a training event, with the choice of sending the event to the user as a diary apt prior to their at desk training appointment or sometimes we run the at desk training session with the user and we'd like to then have the ability of recording the training took place without a appointment going to the users, The last LMS I used (Commelius Solutions - ALTO) we could do this. We created a course called ADHOC that was not published to our users. Anytime we ran an At Desk Training session, we created an event against the ADHOC course. We had the ability of changing the course title from ADHOC to whatever the at desk training was about. We also had the ability to change the event timings to fit the At Desk Training situation, but the best bit was we were able to supress the course confirmation going out to the user if this was required. It would be great if Kallidus LMS could do something similar in the future.
It could probably do an awful lot more
It's a good platform to have everything in one place - we can quickly pull out mandatory training records for audit purposes, for example.
It's great to have instructor-led sessions and online learning accessible via the same button.
I have a feeling that we could do so much more with the system, but due to limited knowledge, we're probably missing out on quite a few features that could be helpful.
I like the layout and what it looks like - it feels easy to use unless you're trying to do the admin bits as well. Uploading new courses is fairly easy and I like the logo library for courses - although a 'search' option would be desired. The separate Kallidus Zendesk helpdesk is good and you normally get a reply quickly.
Its inflexibility at times - for example, we would have so many improvement ideas to make it easier for the end user, but you can put your suggestions forward and very little happens; or it takes a long time to see any changes. It's not necessarily intuitive - changing a password is clumsy and only works for those who have a company email address on the system. It also doesn't give enough information for the end user; for example, if I want to see when I took the Data Protection course, I cannot see that anywhere on my account! The amount of detail you can add on a course is limited. Reporting I find very difficult, but then again, this could be lack of support initially, when we asked for more training on this. Let's put it this way: if you get things bang on from the word go, it's easy. If you try to change anything later, it's difficult!
Comments: To transfer knowledge, learning and capability. To capture completion and compliance for regulatory, health & safety and legal. To report and analyse usage and application Kallidus excels in all these and especially with classroom or virtual classroom admin. Kallidus team and especially support teams are a pleasure to work with
- Simple to use both as admin and end user - great classroom system admin - scheduling, tracking, email reminders- interfaces with Outlook- powerful reporting tool with comprehensive suite of reports- robust platform with exception up time- hands on personal approach to customer and system support
little to criticize. The system does what it sets out to do and doesnt pretend to be what its not or cannot do. It is robust, functional and reliable.
Review of Kallidus Suite
Comments: It's taken me quite a while to get used to compared to other Learning Management Systems I have previously used. The new version is great though and there are some great features on it which have made the helping colleagues a lot more easier.
I like the overall feel of the new Kallidus suite especially the search function. I also love the impersonate function, it's a great way to see what colleagues are seeing.
I don't like that you can't rename lesson titles whilst you are making the course. The general look and feel of the back end is quite clunky and could be a lot easier to use. When migrating our platform there was a lot of courses that didn't work correctly just because it wasn't selected to open in a new window and in other instances, the course opening in a new window caused it not track correctly.