Nonprofit Solutions


Support your mission with the commercial LMS that actually reduces your training costs.



The Ideal Training Solution for Staff, Volunteers, and Those You Serve.

Making a difference is job one.  Having the money to do it is a close second.  Educated employees and volunteers are best-equipped to help an organization fulfill its mission. Tight budgets and geographically dispersed teams can make it challenging for nonprofits to bring staff and volunteers together to learn. The Accord LMS allows nonprofit organizations to save money on training while improving delivery and reporting through automation.  Let us show you how.






Suggested Courses

  • Unlawful Harassment Prevention for Colleges: Employee Version (V. 12)
  • HIPAA Privacy and Security for Healthcare Workers
  • Preventing Employee Discrimination for Employees
  • Ethics and Business Conduct for Government Contractors V. 12
  • Creating a Bully-Free Workplace: Employee Edition
  • Preventing Unlawful Harassment: College and University Edition (V. 12)
  • Avoiding Wrongful Termination (V. 12)
  • Workplace Harassment Prevention for Employees (V. 12)
  • Best Professional Organizations for You
  • Supporting Company Values
  • Getting to Know Your Peers
  • Information for Success
  • Learn about the Company and Customers
  • Talk About and Promote the Company Vision
  • Being Consistent with Company Values
  • Support the Company Mission and Vision
  • What Excites You at Work?
  • Exploring Company Job Opportunities
  • Identify Potential Career Opportunities
  • Understand the Expectations of a New Role
  • How Employees Support Organization Goals
  • Navigate within the Organization Structure
  • Business Finance Basics
  • Work Process Basics
  • Whistleblowing
  • Evade trick questions at meetings (US English)
  • Identify your communication styles (US English)
  • Non-verbal communication and Synergology® (US English)
  • Successfully adapting your message (US English)
  • The Manager Communicator (US English)
  • Preparing and structuring an oral presentation (US English)
  • American Sign Language
  • Keep Your Cool: Venting
  • Business Writing: Acronyms
  • Parts of Speech: Possessive Pronouns
  • Parts of Speech: Reflexive and Reciprocal Pronouns
  • Punctuation: Colons and Semicolons
  • Punctuation: Parentheses
  • Punctuation: Quotation Marks
  • 8 Steps to Effective One on Ones
  • 8 Steps to Effective Team Meetings
  • Business statistics: The Bell Curve
  • Business Writing: Sentences and Paragraphs
  • Parts of Speech: Indefinite Pronouns
  • Parts of Speech: Interrogative Pronouns
  • Parts of Speech: Irregular Verbs
  • Parts of Speech: Other Nouns
  • Punctuation: End punctuation
  • Assertive Verbal Skills: Dealing with Manipulation
  • Nonverbal Communication: Workplace Standards: Appearance
  • Nonverbal Communication: Defining Nonverbal Communications
  • Business statistics: Variance
  • Business statistics: When to Use Mean, Median and Mode
  • Business Writing: Appropriate Language
  • Business Writing: Executive Reports & Memos
  • Business Writing: Processes
  • Parts of Speech: Active/Passive Verbs
  • Parts of Speech: Adverbs
  • Parts of Speech: Conjunction
  • Parts of Speech: Plural Nouns
  • Parts of Speech: Relative Pronouns
  • Keep Your Cool: Attitude
  • Keep Your Cool: Signs
  • Nonverbal Communication: Leveraging Nonverbals for Success
  • Nonverbal Communication: Aligning Nonverbal Communication with Intentions
  • Defeating Stalls
  • How to Work a Room Part Two
  • Business statistics: Mean, Median and Mode
  • Business statistics: Standard Deviation
  • Business statistics: Weighted Averages
  • Business Writing: Abbreviations
  • Business Writing: Proposals
  • Parts of Speech: Prepositions
  • Parts of Speech: Regular Verbs
  • Punctuation: Apostrophes
  • Keep Your Cool: Control
  • Keep Your Cool: Truths
  • Nonverbal Communication: Workplace Standards
  • Parts of Speech: Adjectives
  • Punctuation: Commas
  • Putdown Offenders
  • Parts of Speech: Personal Pronouns
  • Punctuation: Common Errors
  • Business Writing: Misused Words
  • The Importance of Good Communication Skills
  • Assertive Verbal Skills: Assertive Communication Techniques
  • Assertive Verbal Skills: Developing Assertiveness
  • Communications
  • Writing Effective e-Mails
  • How to Work a Room Part One
  • Interviewing Skills - Employer
  • Meetings That Get Results
  • Email Etiquette
  • Interviewing Skills - Employee
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Giving Feedback that Gets Results
  • Effective Presentation Skills
  • Better Business Writing
  • Business Communication Fundamentals
  • Delivering Effective Training
  • PMP: 26-Stakeholder Identification and Planning
  • PMP: 27-Project Stakeholder Engagement and Communication
  • The Rewards of Telephone Courtesy
  • Art of Communication
  • PMP: 17-Planning Projects for Human Resources
  • PMP: 19-Stakeholders and the Communication Management Plan
  • Powerful Communication Skills
  • PMP: 18-Processes for Managing Project Communications
  • Email Etiquette
  • Facilitating Meetings and Groups
  • Effective and Appropriate E-mail Use
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • The Effective Business Writer
  • High Impact Visual Aids
  • Are You Really Listening?
  • Power Speaking
  • Lose The Meeting Blues
  • Seek Out the Ideas and Opinions of Others
  • Understanding Body Language
  • Seven Components of Great Presentations
  • Cautious Communication Style
  • Supportive Communication Style
  • Inspiring Communication Style
  • Dominant Communication Style
  • Communicating Positive Expectations
  • Effective Business Communication: Writing to Get Things Done
  • Separating Readers' and Writers' Needs
  • Identifying Ineffective Writing Styles
  • Using the Reporting Process
  • Selecting the Best Writing Model
  • Write Effective Opening Paragraphs
  • Effective Middle and Closing Paragraphs
  • Forecasting Subject Lines
  • Most Common Business Writing Model
  • Effective Emails
  • Writing Model for Reports and Documents
  • Writing Style and Tone
  • Branding Yourself
  • Building a Personal Network
  • Making an Impact
  • Recognizing Your Boss for Personal Achievements
  • Recognize Your Peers
  • Ask Your Boss for Feedback
  • Feedback for Great Results
  • Keeping Customers Informed
  • Handling Customer Complaints
  • Balance Conflicting Customer Priorities
  • Nonverbal Communication
  • Build your Network
  • Brand and Promote What You Do
  • Giving Remote Feedback
  • Communication Techniques for Web-based Presentations
  • Web-based Presentation Basics
  • Getting Ready for Your Virtual Presentation
  • Leading a Virtual Meeting
  • Planning a Virtual Meeting
  • Maximizing Virtual Tools
  • Building Trust with Remote Teams
  • Managing Remote Teams
  • Building Trust in the Virtual Environment
  • Classic Leadership with a Virtual Twist
  • The Unique Aspects of the Virtual Work Environment
  • Building Relationships with Colleagues
  • Speaking Your Mind
  • Soliciting Ideas and Opinions
  • Improve the Feedback You Give Others
  • Inform and Inspire Your Team
  • Giving Employee Feedback
  • Receive Feedback From Your Employees
  • Improve the Quality of Feedback You Give
  • Speaking Freely with Others
  • Communicate Clear and Concise Messages
  • Listening to Others' Ideas and Opinions
  • Articulate the Attributes of Your Ideas
  • Clear and Concise Emails
  • Share What You Think is Best
  • Project Plan Updates
  • When Agreements are Broken
  • Sharing Problems Right Away
  • Be a Significant Meeting Member
  • Sharing Essential Project Information
  • Advocate for Interests
  • Monitor Project Status
  • Team Listening
  • Learning from Co-Workers
  • Email Etiquette
  • Before the Call
  • Presentations That Work
  • Email Protocol
  • Managing Communication on All Your Devices
  • Quality Communications
  • Writing Effective E-mails
  • Telephone Techniques
  • Enhancing Your Speaking Skills
  • Communicating Reactively
  • Communicating Proactively
  • Communicating Persuasively
  • Communicating Non Verbally
  • Communicating Interpersonally
  • Communicating at Work
  • Communicating as a Team
  • Business Writing: Preparation
  • Business Writing: Letters and E-mails
  • Business Writing: Being Effective
  • Delivering Effective Feedback
  • Communication Basics
  • Communicating Negative Messages
  • Communicating Cross Culturally
  • Meeting Effectiveness
  • Networking Your Career Path
  • Developing Brand You
  • Individual Listening Skills
  • Presentation Skills
  • Report Organization and Presentation
  • Business Writing Training
  • Create a Vision Branding Statement
  • Know and Meet Customer Needs
  • Understand Customer Needs
  • Understand Past Project Issues
  • Essential Project Plan Components
  • Navigating Relational Conflict
  • Coaching Skills: Captain
  • Coaching Skills: Contributor
  • Coaching Skills: Key Player
  • Coaching Skills: Introduction
  • Coaching Skills: Rookie
  • Coaching Skills: The Coaching Conversation
  • Coaching with Confidence
  • Managing Conflict: A Collaborative Approach
  • Share Your Knowledge and Expertise
  • Create a Conflict Management Culture
  • Manage Conflict with Others
  • Working with a Diverse Team
  • Help Groups Resolve Conflict
  • Helping Employees Manage Conflict
  • Working with Others Within the Company
  • Valuing Diversity in the Workplace
Over 20,000 courses available.

Here’s how the Accord LMS can benefit your nonprofit

We offer a cost effective approach to reach your employees, volunteers or beneficiaries with your nonprofit’s message, fundraising best practices, and relevant training. The Accord LMS can deliver the following benefits and more:



1
Increase Revenue

As part of a research study, McKinsey & Company found that training nonprofit leaders led to “increases in membership and revenue four times greater among the trained leaders than in the untrained.” The Accord LMS delivers training simply, quickly and effectively, so nonprofits can turn learning into improved performance.

2
Trim Training Costs

Provide mobile and social learning tools that allow you to reduce reliance on classroom space, travel and instructors. Get your volunteers motivated by giving them a way to train when and where they have time.

3
Gauge & Track the Quality of Learning

Confirm that your volunteers and staff understand what you’re teaching. Assess the effectiveness of the training given to each learner. The Accord learning management system does both and more. 



We have more data to show where we’ve implemented our programs because Accord’s reports indicate exactly how many teachers have taken our training.

 Ralph Brenner,  Senior Technology Architect at the Nonprofit Committee for Children

Below are several reasons why nonprofits choose the Accord LMS

A learning management system with thoughtful, timely customer support behind it can make the difference in launching or keeping the momentum behind a nonprofit’s training program. See why nonprofits choose the Accord LMS to train volunteers and staff alike:

 

Generate revenue

Develop appealing training content in a limited amount of time. With Accord’s eCommerce storefront, offer members the opportunity to buy content and create a new stream of revenue for your nonprofit.

Cloud-based Learning

Put your limited time, money and resources into managing your learning, while the Accord “cloud” takes care of your hosting needs.

Easily Evaluate Learning

Generate reports quickly. Show how long a learner spent in a course and what the learner mastered or struggled with. Use the data to improve the learning content.


Nonprofit Solution Case Studies

Case Study

Name: Committee for Children

Industry: Education / Nonprofit

Learning:  Customer

Live Since: 2012

# of Learners: 20,000

Challenge: The Committee for Children needed to replace an existing LMS that was difficult to navigate, impeded completions, and failed to integrate well with existing systems.


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