See You at SMILE 2015!

We’ll be at the 2015 Social Media in Law Enforcement conference in Phoenix, Arizona on April 28th to introduce LAwS Academy’s Social Media Certification program. If you’re interested in improving your social media capabilities, the program is perfect for you; check it out here. If you’re interested in the conference, take a look at the conference… Read more »

Customize Your Certificates with the New Course Logo Option

Give students who complete your course a certificate personalized with your company’s logo. With our new Course Logo setting, you can add a logo or image that will be visible on both the course homepage and the certificate generated upon course completion. Interested in learning about this new feature? Check out the video below:

Law Enforcement Training & the Online Learning Revolution

We’ll be at the Midwest Security and Police Conference/Expo on Tuesday, 19 Aug to discuss how online learning can improve learning transfer for police-related training topics. Here’s a short overview of the presentation: “Research indicates online learning is more effective and less expensive than in-person learning. This presentation provides tips for departments and officers who… Read more »

The First Fifty Courses: Trends & Thoughts

Since our launch in mid-August, we’ve assisted in the design of over fifty courses currently live or in development on the site. Through this process, we’ve gained some insight into instructor design preferences, and have recognized a few interesting trends in the areas of structure, pricing, and audience. Here are some quick thoughts on how… Read more »

Reporting Features: We Need Your Thoughts!

In our first month of operation, we’ve received some great feedback about the site’s features, design, and capabilities. Through this process, we’ve identified several areas for expansion, most notably in the area of reporting features. It’s clear instructors need a way to extract data from their Law Enforcement Learning courses for use by department training… Read more »