Learning Management System (LMS) at NIH - Support
The Learning Management System (LMS), also known as the HHS Learning Portal, is a system used to manage training needs across the entire Department of Health and Human Services. This system has the capability to register employees for training classes, create learner transcripts, develop competency assessments and customized learning plans. All NIH staff with a record in the NIH Enterprise Directory (NED) and have an NIH Active Directory account will automatically be given access to start tracking trainings and setting professional developmental goals. The LMS system houses over 3,000 free online training courses, as well as Books 24x7, which is a valuable online information resource. For more information on how to access the free online training and Books 24x7, please visit the FREE Skillsoft Online Training web page. Please also visit the NIH Training Center Website in order to access the NIH Training Center course catalog and policies to learn more about the great courses NIH offers NIH staff.
LMS 7.2 Upgrade Updates!
Learning Management System (LMS) downtime and upgrade scheduled to begin on April 24 has been postponed.
What else does this mean for your IC? The previously scheduled upgrade for May 7 will be delayed until further notice. As a result, the LMS system will continue to be available.
NIH looks forward to announcing new dates for the LMS upgrade, as well as, project updates to prepare for the official Go-Live date. The LMS Team is committed to providing ICs with advanced notice prior to the scheduled system downtime for the 7.2 LMS Upgrade.
We appreciate your patience during this process.
For all NIH staff:
LMS Learner/User Guide
Learner Tip Sheets
List of IC LMS Administrators
Yammer - Getting Started Instructions
LMS Technical FAQ's
LMS Desktop Configuration Requirements
LMS Online Course Browser Compatibility
For Manager/Supervisors and Approvers: