How to Choose the Right E-Learning Partner
Your training needs are evolving. Training today needs to be on standby—easier for employees to access whenever and wherever they need it. Or, maybe you’re facing a cost-cutting situation. Perhaps your organization has been entrenched in instructorled training for decades but it’s no longer meeting all of your needs because you now have a broad, geographically dispersed staff.
If any of these statements resonate with you, you might be ready to take the e-learning plunge. Technologybased training is everywhere and will continue to grow, but are you ready for it? And where do you begin?
When deciding if e-learning is right for your business, you may have more questions than answers earlier on in the process. e-Learning can be engaging, effective and easier to implement than you think. It can also be a strong partner to classroom instruction in a blended learning environment.
In this guide, we’re going to define what e-learning is, tell you what to look for in an e-learning provider, and explain how to introduce it successfully. In addition, you’ll walk away knowing how managers can motivate staff to use the training, and how to convince the c-level that it makes sense for your company