Learning Management System

Discover the limitless possibilities, seamless integration and advanced capabilities delivered by Wahoo LMS.

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Benefit From a Bespoke Managed Learning Management System

The powerful, intuitive WahooLMS is specifically designed and optimised for training external sales ecosystems.

More than just an LMS vendor, we aim to help you solve the budget and resource challenges associated with delivering successful training programs by combining our robust LMS with a unique set of managed learning services.


Advanced Features

Enrich Your LMS Experience

Making learning management manageable, WahooLMS brings advanced features designed to push your training beyond your business.

If you see learning as an add-on feature to supporting your customers or channel but do not want extensive internal resources to operate your program, that is where we come in.

Supportive Approach

WahooLMS Features

An adaptable, customisable learning management system that supports organisations worldwide in creating and delivering successful training programs.

Auto translate tools

Instantly translate your eLearning into over 120 languages. As well as written content and subtitles, users can translate the platform so learners can view everything in their chosen language.

eCommerce integration

A fully integrated eCommerce function makes it possible to sell training courses without users leaving the learning environment. Customised discount and promotional codes can also be created.


Certification & badging

Reward commitment from your learners, enhance your brand and recognition in the marketplace and give additional opportunities for self-promotion with robust certification schemes.

Responsive interface

Fully optimised for delivery across multiple platforms, allowing it to be used anytime, anywhere and from any device.

System integration

To keep HR, channel and compliance data in one place, WahooLMS seamlessly integrates with current systems to optimise workflows and user experience.

Compliance control

Easily monitor compliance requirements online. Use certificates and digital badges to provide a quick and accessible way for your learners to prove their qualifications.

Learning activities

Enjoy extra ways to learn with additional resources including learner forums and personal note-taking. Interactive surveys are also available to ensure feedback is freely available to administrators.


To keep learning relevant and audiences engaged, custom learning pathways can be adapted to suit individuals or groups of learners. 

Comprehensive reporting

Customisable dashboards enable streamlined reports. Data can also be exported easily to allow for in-depth analysis. 

Dynamic hierarchies

Create positional, organisational frameworks and automatically map and assign learning to job roles, management levels, departments, and teams. Guide learners based on competency, skill level and job role.

Blended learning

A blended learning approach is fully catered for with integral functionality to manage training from external providers, including support for face-to-face and online learning events.

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Key Features

Accessible Features to Successfully Execute Your Training Program

Effective Solutions

Case Studies

Discover our real-life success stories, designing and delivering effective training solutions to global audiences.

New Software Rollout: eLearning Content Production

Reaching Global Markets: Building Product Awareness

The Perfect Transition: A Move to Online Training

Localised Support: Customer Support Service

Global Knowledge Sharing: Channel Partner Training

Our Process

The Journey from Design to Delivery

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Your Questions Answered

Whether you’re ready to work with us or you’re just exploring and comparing your options, these FAQs are designed to help answer some queries that you might have

An LMS is a Learning Management System – a business tool created to track, monitor and record employee learning on a corporate level.

Initially, an LMS captured basic information such as whether training had been completed and if the learner passed or failed. As purely data capture tools, the user experience for both the learner and the administrator wasn’t really considered.

Today, learners are demanding more from their LMS. Learners perform better when they feel engaged, and a modern LMS also needs to support engagement, social learning and performance management.

A learning management system (LMS) is a solution that lets you host, deliver and track the progress of your training program. The content is managed and administered by a specialist team, an outsourced solution, a trainer or someone in the leadership team.
A learning experience platform (LXP) focuses on creating a personalised learner experience through curated content. Everyone contributes to the content they want to learn, from HR to field sales agents, to the front desk team.

One solution is not better than the other, as your choice will ultimately depend on which one will best support your organisation’s needs. An LMS is better suited for predetermined training that follows specific steps, while an LXP works best with organisations that want to give learners free rein to pursue their professional development.

These two terms often cause confusion, especially for those who aren’t well-acquainted with this industry. You might even see some online sources using both interchangeably.
eLearning is a course, program or degree that works outside the four walls of a traditional classroom. These are delivered online but can still retain interactivity with trainers and fellow learners. An LMS is a solution that allows organisations to create these courses, adding elements of gamification, interactivity, engagement and customisation as required.

Think of eLearning as a lesson or an individual piece of learning, while an LMS is the platform where that lesson is stored.

There are different types of gamification that you may see within an LMS. When we talk about gamification, we talk about it in the “play to learn” space. We create games within an eLearning module to help with learner engagement and knowledge retention. Studies show increasing knowledge retention if learners feel they are playing a game, whilst interacting with the training holds a learner’s attention for longer and increases their engagement levels.

Another form of gamification is earning points for completing tasks in the LMS, whether for having the highest assessment score, having completed the most amount of training courses or completing training the fastest. The creation of leaderboards aims to encourage competition between learners.

An extension of this form of gamification is incentivising learners by converting points into rewards. These could be to spend in an online shop, redeem against external training courses or vouchers for weekends away. Organisations use this type of gamification to foster brand or program loyalty.

We offer LMS administration and user and learning support as part of our managed learning services.

If you have Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) compliant content, then it will play on our LMS solution. If your content is still in Flash, we offer a conversion service. If your content is still in PowerPoint or slides, feel free to talk to us about our eLearning authoring and content creation services.

If you don’t need your training to be branded or aligned with company policies, procedures or ethos, off-the-shelf content can be a quick and easy option to get content onto your LMS. Through our partner network, we can provide an extensive list of off-the-shelf courses across a variety of subject matters that come with pay-as-you-go or subscription models. Contact us to discuss your requirements.

We have a diverse range of industry and sector experience across the team that have worked on Learning and Development projects around the globe. Some of the areas include Automotive, Aerospace, Cable and Wireless Infrastructure, Financial Services, Government, Telecoms, Utilities to name a few.

Yes, our solution is highly adaptable and customisable. At the heart of Wahoo Learning, the WahooLMS – allows us to augment, configure and tailor eLearning in a variety of ways to meet the individual needs of an organisation.

Absolutely, yes. Your logo and colour schemes to be used across the WahooLMS, ensuring your solution meets your brand requirements and acts as an extension of your website. In addition, further tabs can be added that cover more in-depth company information.

Course material should be Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) compliant. However, we are able to work with any content, converting and updating it into courses that can be delivered via an LMS.

The WahooLMS offers advanced tracking and reporting functions. Users can select pre-determined reports, or they have the option to produce custom reports. If you are a managed learning service customer, we can produce the reports on your behalf.

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Lloyd Smith

Managing Director at Wahoo Learning, Lloyd has been working in digital industries since 2004. Focusing on customer relationship solutions in his early career, he moved to learning solutions and has never looked back.

Having created numerous successful training solutions on behalf of clients in the US and Europe, Lloyd has the experience of what it takes to deliver a solution that meets the complex needs of customers. With a passion for new and emerging technologies, he is always looking at how these can benefit companies and learners alike.

It’s not all work though. Lloyd can often be found sailing on the local lake, and with two energetic young boys, he rarely has a moment to rest!


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