LMS for
Non-Profits & Charities

We work with charities and NfP organisations around the world to deliver budget-friendly and engaging LMS solutions which empower their employees and partners to deliver their mission.  

Improve outcomes while controlling costs

Not-for-profit organisations face a constant challenge to do more with less — and modern learning platforms, especially open-source options, are well-placed to meet that need. 

Delivering training and development content remotely allows organisations to cut back on event costs and travel budgets while maintaining high levels of engagement and interactivity. 

Detailed reporting on learner progress and attainment is available within a few clicks, and integrated video, audio and web chat communication keeps learners and trainers in touch.

Automated enrollment, user management, onboarding and assessments can further reduce pressure on administrative budgets and workloads. 


Non-profit organisations that we work with


Titus is ISO and Cyber Essentials Plus accredited, as well as being an approved supplier to the UK Government.

Remote training

With home working commonplace in the NfP sector, the ability of an LMS to deliver high-quality remote learning, 24/7 access to resources and assessments, and auditable real-time communication channels are extremely valuable.

Disseminating new or updated information to distributed teams can be done in a few clicks, with full tracking of how learners have interacted with the material.

Low cost of entry

Margins are tighter than ever for NfPs, but open-source learning platforms, in particular, are an ideal solution, with zero or low licensing costs when compared to proprietary solutions.  

Where ancillary services such as training, technical support or theme design are required, these can be contracted through an LMS partner on an as-needed basis to reduce unnecessary spending.


Stakeholder engagement

With the option to open up the LMS to different user groups, NfPs can keep staff and volunteers — as well as investors or donors — informed about policy, reporting and regulations related to their strategic mission.

Public-facing courses can also help promote NfPs and position them as thought leaders — increasing awareness about the activities and goals of the organisation.


Our team is
our strength

“The team at Titus is super supportive and knowledgeable. We had a dedicated team helping us set up and implement the system. They really helped us address some functionality issues through current plugins and advising us on further development.”

Moodle LMS

Moodle LMS is a flexible, powerful & highly customisable learning system. Based on Moodle 4, we’ve enhanced it endlessly with an industry-leading look and feel which allows non-profit and charity organisations to make it their own.

With a lower cost of entry, Moodle LMS is an ideal solution for first time LMS users and retains the flexibility to grow as your requirements evolve.

Moodle Workplace

Moodle Workplace offers a suite of advanced functionality for healthcare organisations, including built-in reporting functions, advanced customisation options, automated workflows and compatibility with existing HR systems. 

An ideal solution for organisations looking to implement a best-in-class employee training and compliance programme.

Totara Learn

Totara Learn is a powerful, comprehensive and extendable LMS which gives healthcare organisations the tools they need to build engaging and effective learning experiences for their employees.

 Upskill and develop employees at all levels of the organisation, manage CPD, track compliance and provide detailed reporting and analysis to stakeholders.



"Our new platform will equip the Society with the platform to provide CPD, qualifications and end-point assessments for apprentices in a flexible and interactive way, reaching to our members and the wider workforce not only in the United Kingdom but also internationally."

– Peta-Marche Fee, British Psychological Society

Ready to get started?

To find out how Titus can get your organisation up and running with Moodle or Totara, get in touch.

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Phuong Nguyen Hong

Digital Marketing Executive

Super talented, unflappable and very funny, Phuong supports the whole marketing team in her role as Digital Marketing Executive. Phuong holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and recently completed a master’s degree in Management and Marketing. Originally from Hanoi in Vietnam, Phuong is now based in the UK and climatising brilliantly to our weather and food.

Phuong owns a food review Instagram page as travelling and food are her passion. She also has a cute little french bulldog.

Ellie Sharkey

Head of Marketing

Ellie was the first woman to join Titus and has paved the way for many more since then. After studying for a degree in Fashion and Marketing, Ellie was lucky to find herself at fashion weeks and photoshoots.

Now she’s switched from talk of the front row to front end design and has brought loads of transferable knowledge to Titus. Ellie has also found a real passion for tech, especially in the learning sector, helping clients create positive change for their organisations.

Callum Barrett

Senior Brand Executive

As one of the youngest people at Titus but at the same time one of the oldest serving members of the team, Callum has graced Titus with his broad smile and positive attitude for over 5 years now. As a key member of the marketing team, Callum works across all areas, both on and offline, to ensure that all Titus brands and communication are on point.

After missing out on the opportunity to go to University the first time around, management encouraged him to enrol in our course alongside his work. He is now studying to achieve his Level 6 Diploma in Professional Digital Marketing.

Dec Connolly

Acquisition Marketing Manager

Always bringing innovation and new ideas, Dec studied a degree in Journalism but found his passion in digital marketing. Dec has also worked in marketing for one of the countries biggest retailers and within the property sector.

Outside work, Dec Co-founded a news publication where he collaborated with global brands like Uber, Amazon, BooHoo and countless SMEs.