CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., Aug. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Lutheran Senior Services (LSS), a leading senior living organization, has taken another step in ensuring that they provide the highest quality care and supportive services for older adults. LSS announces that it has partnered with Silverchair Learning Systems to provide superior training and a comprehensive learning management system to their employees, beginning in January 2008.
"Lutheran Senior Services is committed to excellence in helping older adults live life the fullest," says Linda Detring, VP of Operations for LSS. "One way to keep that promise is to recruit, hire, educate, and retain the most talented and dedicated staff. Silverchair's Learning Management System is an investment in our employees. As such, it also becomes an investment in continuing our high standard of compassionate care and service. We believe this system will enhance our training and serve as a great motivator, helping us in the recruitment of individuals that share our philosophy."
"I'm looking forward to 2008 with great anticipation," says Sue Duncan, Director of Staff Development for LSS. "Our already great training program is going to get even better. The ability to create assignments and track progress using the Silverchair system is going to free up a lot of administrative time, allowing us to work even more directly with staff at our various locations. Even more exciting is that every employee at every level will have training brought directly to them through innovative on-site technology."
Lutheran Senior Services is based in St. Louis, MO, and is one of the
nation's largest not-for-profit multi-site senior living organizations. By
using Silverchair's eLearning program, LSS will improve efficiencies in
scheduling and tracking as well as keeping course content current as
regulations and topics change. The Silverchair Learning Management System
delivers, tracks, and reports on educational programs for client
|SOURCE Silverchair Learning Systems|
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