For implementation support please contact Paula Spokes, the South West and South Central NLMS Account Manager in the first instance.
Further information about the Electronic Staff Record and National Learning Management System is available from the NHS Electronic Staff Record website.
The NLMS Communication toolkit has been launched to assist organisations implement and promote e-learning.
Paul Norrish has developed two unique adverts to promote NLMS. Paul is happy for other organisations to use them as they see fit. The adverts can be downloaded as a PDF file here.
Local E-Learning Content Hosting
The e-Learning Repository can now provide hosting for local e-learning packages run via the NLMS.
This new development means that you can now add content to the e-Learning Repository which can then be played through the National Learning Management System (NLMS). This means that there is no need for local hosting arrangements.
See the e-Learning Repository page for information.
National Learning Management System ‘Get Started’ Pack
The key documents required to commence an implementation of the National Learning Management System can be downloaded from the Electronic Staff Record (ESR) web site at:
A short demonstration movie can be downloaded here.
Download the self contained toolkit to help project managers get started on an NLMS project.
The OLM e-learning support website, which includes the PC Checker tool, is accessible at: http://www.esrsupport.co.uk/nlms/pccheck.html.
Kbase can be accessed at: https://www.electronicstaffrecord.nhs.uk/kbase/login/_register/
NLMS can be accessed remotely from ESR via any internet connected PC using the internet access username and password. The web site address is:
Using HTML with OLM User Guide which can be used to to format the fields, making them easier to read for users. This document outlines some examples of code that can be used.
South West Oracle Learning Management/National Learning Management System Special Interest Group
This group meets quarterly, with the objectives of sharing knowledge and experiences of the Electronic Staff Record system within the operational area; prioritising regional development requests for impact assessment; feeding back issues and progress to the Electronic Staff Record Regional User Group; providing an additional method of communication between the NHS Central Team and the user base and providing an update on current and planned developments of the Electronic Staff Record system.