Visitors to the CIPD Learning and Development Show can find the latest advances in learning management system (LMS) technology at the Create eLearning stand.


The latest version of the Create eLearning platform will be available on the Create eLearning stand – number 522. According to Mark Taggart, Create eLearning’s managing director, this version – version 5 – incorporates a number of state-of-the-art advances in LMS technology.


Create eLearning’s LMS is a hybrid platform that caters for coaching, mentoring, online and face-to-face training/ learning. Moreover, users can configure it to deliver learning materials anywhere in the world, in any language and on any delivery device.


The Create eLearning platform can deliver learning in any language, including Arabic.


“At the show, we’ll also be demonstrating the platform’s offline, off-grid e-learning capabilities,” he added.


“This means that users can learn anywhere at any time – on trains and planes among other things –without the need for an internet connection or even a corporate email account. The results of their learning activities can be uploaded to the LMS the next time they log on to the internet.”


Create eLearning will also be showing its continuing support for the UK Sepsis Trust by continuing to give away a copy of its platform to winners of its quarterly Prize Draws.


The platform that Create eLearning is donating is worth £25,000 and includes a fully implemented e-learning solution and a custom-designed Oculus Rift training pack. The winners receive all of this completely free of charge but, in return, they are expected to donate between £5,000 and £25,000 to the Sepsis Trust.


Mark Taggart, Create eLearning’s managing director, explained, “This should help raise £100,000 for charity in 2016 – as part of this company’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) commitment.


Mark Taggart, of Create eLearning.


“The Sepsis Trust does some important work – as has been highlighted recentlyand it uses the Create eLearning platform in its training programmes,” said Mark. “Every penny donated to the Trust is valuable in helping it achieve its goals.”


Covering topics such as learning and talent management, leadership and coaching, training and technology, the CIPD event – being held at London’s Olympia, on May 11 and 12 – incorporates a conference and exhibition. In addition, exhibition visitors can also attend over 50 free learning sessions being run in the exhibition area – amid the 125 or so suppliers that are exhibiting there.


Visitors to the Create eLearning stand can also get free coffees, individually handmade especially for them by a top class Barista.


To take part in the Create eLearning quarterly Prize Draws – whether you are visiting the CIPD Learning and Development Show or not – visit or email: