First, it’s an efficient educational system, and inexpensive as well.
It’s self-driven and hence the sense of admission and accountability is all-time high.
It’s not bound by anything – be it place or time. So you can do-it-yourself anytime, anywhere.
The freedom is unrestrained and unhinged. You are absolutely free in apportioning your time according to your convenience. The same is applicable for both the employers and employees.
Many are well-acquainted with e-Learning, and the positive highlights. The rapid rise in technology removes any hassles with regard to the reach. Access is not the issue. It’s the approach. Just because it can be accessed anytime, there is a tendency to procrastinate. Since there is no one to monitor, complacency creeps in making one lethargic and even lazy and listless. We expect self-discipline, and regretfully, the instances of utter disregard to discipline are just incredible.
So, what makes e-Learning as an important tool for learning and development?
Transform your training
Think Technology, think mobile. Empowering your employees in enriching their education in the way forward would be, naturally, mobile. You can choose your training modules and create it in an interesting and engaging manner to make the learner more involved and absorbed. It increases the attention span and greatly improves retention. The present and the future belong to mobile. Highly advanced companies, as much as 18% of all training is now delivered through mobile devices’.
Close the gap
It is often the case of ‘learn what we want you study’ without much emphasis on the content and packaging. Learners prefer a more personalized content that’s relevant and fast paced. Instead they are made to study subjects that best befits classroom setup. So there clearly exists a gap – that needs to be closed. E-Learning will help you in customizing to the crowd, and also identify and individual needs. That’s the flexibility made possible – kind of custom made or made to order. Its basically “to get them on your side”. And for that ‘you need to see their side.’
Promote a strong learning culture
For a company to report growth, it is imperative to nurture talent and promote a platform for knowledge acquisition and upgrade. Companies need to look beyond the conventional classroom and look for means that can effectively leverage technology in advancing the workforce skills. E-Learning should be viewed as complementing knowledge and development.
Technology is the trump card, and you play smart to emerge triumphant.
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