eLearning is often misunderstood as training that’s simply delivered online. And, while that’s technically true, the spectrum of eLearning is so much more than a paper manual or classroom-delivered PowerPoint presentation converted to searchable online modules.
Understanding the true scope of eLearning requires a deeper look into how it works and how that translates to smarter, savvier, and more productive learners.
Whether you’re hoping to incorporate more eLearning into your existing programs or thinking about starting from scratch, knowing the advantages of taking your learning outside of the traditional training room or operations manual will give you a better idea of how your learners can benefit from the switch.
Why is training important?
of profit margins achieved when employers spend 1,500$ per employee per year on training
higher revenue per employee where comprehensive training programs are in place
What's wrong with traditional training?
Importance of eLearning
of organizations believe that eLearning puts them at a competitive advantage
of US companies used online learning in 2017
growth of the eLearning Industry since the turn of the century
eLearning a well established solution in the academic world. Indeed, several platforms like Coursera, Edx, Udacity and Udemy, just to cite the most popular, provide high-content to students and business professionals worldwide.
But what about industrial skills? Most of the online platforms don’t provide skills that are fundamental in an industrial environment.