Accreditations

eLearning WMB accreditations provide formal recognition of our commitment to quality, security and consistency.

ISO 27001 eLearning WMB

ISO 27001

Certificate No:372382021: Expiry Date: 13/05/2025
Open eLMS undergoes an annual ISO 27001 audit and certification from an independent auditor, QMS. This is complemented by a Software Vulnerability assessment from Enmarq – a copy of which is available to download.

ISO 9001 eLearning WMB

ISO 9001

Certificate No:002213: Expiry Date: 18/01/2023
Open eLMS undergoes an annual ISO 9001 audit and certification from an independent auditor, CDL Group. ISO 9001 is the international standard that specifies requirements for a quality management system (QMS). eLearning WMB follows the standard to demonstrate the ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements.

ISO 20000 eLearning WMB

ISO 20000

Certificate No:002214: Expiry Date: 18/01/2023
Open eLMS undergoes an annual ISO 20000 audit and certification from an independent auditor, CDL Group. ISO 20000 is the international standard that describes best practice for IT service management (ITSM). eLearning WMB follows the standard to evaluate how effectively they deliver managed services and provide support to their clients.

Cyber Essentials Plus Certified

Cyber Essentials Plus

Certificate No: IASME-CEP-007941: Expiry Date: 17/02/2023
Cyber Essentials Plus is the audited version of the Cyber Essentials information security standard which checks technical and procedural controls to mitigate cyber attacks.

LTI Certified IMS Global

LTI Certification

Alliance member
Open eLMS is a LTI v 1.3 certified platform which allows the interoperability of learning platforms without the need to program an API.

CPD Certification for the LMS

CPD

This accreditation provides the ability to trust the course content and allow it to contribute to learning credits.

HM Government UK Home Low Value Purchase System The Low Value Purchase System (LVPS) provides public sector buyers with a new route to market for their below threshold common goods and services. LVPS dps image The Low Value Purchase System (LVPS) provides public sector buyers with a new route to market for their below threshold common goods and services. Benefits of using the LVPS include: ● A simple solution for low cost, low volume, low complexity requirements ● A flexible route to market where suppliers are able to join at any time ● Supporting the Government's SME policy ● Contributes to the Social Value outcome of increasing supply chain resilience and capacity by creating a diverse supply chain to deliver contracts including new businesses and entrepreneurs, SMEs and VCSEs ● A dynamic filtering system, giving customers flexibility based on the common goods and services they are looking to purchase, their SME status and on their location ● Dynamic filters ensure that the right suppliers are notified about opportunities relevant to the common goods and services they are able to provide ● Fully compliant with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 ● Aligns with Procurement Policy Note 11/20: Reserving Below Threshold Procurements ● Contract templates provided for ease of use ● Direct award is compliant with the Public Contract Regulations 2015 but customers should ensure compliance with their corporate procurement policy To join the LVPS, view current suppliers or access more information, use the links below. Access pack Clarifications 19View SuppliersAccess as a BuyerAccess as a SupplierDynamic Purchasing System Marketplace

DPS Marketplace

Open eLMS is an appointed pre-qualified supplier which provides public sector buyers with a qualified list of business for Learning and Training Services (RM6219).

Licenced to sell to the USA to public sector

Choice Partner

Winner of HCDE Digital/Web-Based E-Portfolio / Digital Badging System bid to tender on the national purchasing cooperative to meet USA government purchasing requirements.

Carbon Footprint

Carbon Footprint

Open eLMS donates money monthly to remove over 500 times more carbon than the company emits through the Carbon Footprint organisation.