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Why Does Corporate Training Through E-Learning Work?

GlobiboGlobibo Posts: 5 Inactive
Today eLearning has emerged as a major instructional mechanism in different fields. Irrespective of whether an employer wants to train their new recruits about the different organization policies, on new equipment or machines or instructing the students, it has become immensely valuable to develop employee skills as well as is useful for further worker engagement.

Employees need to spend about 40 to 60 percent less time in learning as compared to classroom training
The reason for this is quite simple. Corporate training programs use asynchronous eLearning modules to train their employees. Employees do not have to stop their regular workflows and sit through a classroom session. Rather, eLearning modules can be completed at their own comfortable pace, schedule, and own terms. Thus, time can be saved and the overall expenses of a corporate training can come down significantly.

eLearning can increase the engagement level of employees by about 18 percent
Corporate training through eLearning can offer your employees an excellent way to establish a connection with your organization. These modules are online and they do not disrupt the normal workflows of your employees. Additionally, they can participate in the training in a more active manner and thereby show increased engagement level with your business.



  • mheredgemheredge Teacher Here and therePosts: 37,424 mod
    When I was studying a distance learning course sponsored by my employer many years ago, before e-learning took off, I was able to do pretty much the same in that I used to come to the office early to spend an hour studying at my computer before starting work. It was a very effective way to manage time and worked very well for me @Globibo.

    I have done an e-learning course from home and found this very good too, as you can be totally flexible when you do it. However in all cases, it depends on your motivation to study.
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