In most cases companies will save money by using e-learning instead of traditional classroom settings. You can save on course fees, travel, lodging, coursematerials etc.
The client will decide the content of the course, which will be based on identified learning goals. The course will be structured so as to ensure that these goals are being met.
By implementing e-learning one can offer education to a large quantity of users. Once the course is developed it can be used an infinite number of times, and be upgraded to adjust to changing needs. One can also develop the content in a number of languages, which makes e-learning increasingly popular in multinational organizations.
E-learning can be completed whenever, wherever. This allows the client to work around work schedules, eliminate travel and increase flexibility in relation to unforeseen events such as illness etc.
Each user is different, and e-learning allows for individual differences in terms of volume, print size, speed of presentation etc.
Many companies have set green goals in their HSE plan, and in this regard e-learning can be very beneficial. By using e-learning you will reduce carbon footprints in terms of travel, lodging for participants or teaching staff, printing of course materials etc.
All in all this ensures continuing education that fits the client’s needs. In traditional training one can find that a lot of time and resources are spent sending employees away on courses, only to find that the training wasn’t as relevant as one had hoped, that they didn’t come away with as much knowledge as anticipated or that they have a hard time communication the new skills to the rest of the team. By using e-learning you can ensure that everyone that needs the education gets the same information, and at the same time ensure that they are retaining the knowledge. You also have the flexibility of updating the course over time to ensure that it always meets the standards and regulations set forth by the industry.