A list of commonly used terms to help you navigate our resources.
Learner: A learner is someone who will take a course. They can either purchase one for themselves, use an enrolment key, or be invited by their training manager.
Training Manager: A training manager is a person tasked with purchasing licenses, assigning seats, and verifying certificates.
License: A license is a distributable seat to a course. One license will grant one learner a course.
Enrolment Key: An enrolment key is a unique code created by a training manager. This can be used by existing learners who would paste the key in their courses to accept and begin training.
Activation Code: An activation code is created when a training manager adds a new learner. This code can be given to the learner to use when signing up for an account.
Confirmation Code: A confirmation code is generated to confirm a contact method. This can be both via email and/or SMS. To ensure the best safety protocols we require all users to confirm their contact methods.
Organization: An organization can be created to facilitate the grouping of learners by company, location, department and more. This group of learners can be managed and viewed by multiple training managers.
RapidLMS: LMS stands for Learning Management System and Rapid is the name of ours! It’s the platform that holds all your learners, courses, licenses, and more.
Storefront: RapidLMS has different storefronts for different clients. A storefront is a branded, specific landing page, course catalogue, and sign-on location for that client's users. For example, Danatec.com, Guardtraining.ca, and BusinessCareerCollege.com are all storefronts hosted on our LMS. The platform remains the same, however, the storefront can be designed for a client's needs.