Over 300,000 users across 40 councils, LAs and training providers

Save time, money and resources by moving online and empowering your users

CPD Online LMS

A Training and Learning Management System (LMS) that will help you to deliver an improved service with large efficiency savings.

eLearning Solution

Provide e-Learning for your entire workforce and monitor progress using a quick and easy interface which alerts your users of mandatory training and due dates.

Traded Services

Transform the way schools, academies and settings order and renew your traded services. Traded Services is part of a suite of online products for Councils and LAs.

24/7 access

24/7 Access Anywhere

With no software to install WB takes care of hosting, maintenance and support.

work smarter

Work Smarter

Transform the way you work and support your users with online and mobile solutions.

designed for you

Designed with you, for you

Designed to your local needs means success for you and your users.

Introducing CPD Online Mobile App

Increase CPD up take by making it even easier for your users to book online.

“The move to CPD Online LMS has been very successful. The new online system was rolled out to all staff in Camden’s Children, Schools and Families and Adult Social Care workforce. We are very pleased to report that 95% of users have moved from the former paper-based application system to TDS-Online and that there has been a perceived increase in training and development uptake.”

Gillian Tilbrook, Head of Service
Camden TDS


Camden Council
Cardiff Council
Suffolk County Council

“CPD Online LMS has saved the 5 LEAs in our consortium over £300,000. We consider this an amazing return on our investment.”

Mark Austin, School Advisor
Cardiff LEA


“CPD Online LMS has become an indispensable aid to our business, enabling us to deliver so much more with greater efficiency and a much better service to our customers. It has also supported our multi-agency working with increasing numbers of partners using the system to advertise their programmes and opening them out to other professional groups.”

Fiona Denny, Head of ACS and CYP Workforce Development
Suffolk County Council