Conventionally, eLearning courses are either custom-made or catalogue. Custom courses are made for a specific organization, considering their training needs and learners. On the other hand, catalog courses are generic and serve all organizations.
E-learning is a cost-effective and an easy way to train employees, compared to the traditional methods of teaching. So most organizations are using e-learning to fulfill their training needs, and so does the healthcare industry.
Radical developments in the sphere of learning technology have transformed the way companies train their workforce. These innovations have resulted in the development of new tools which opened new vistas in e-learning course development and delivery. It is important that you keep yourself up-to-date with the latest trends in e-learning design and development, so that your e-learning courses stay current.
We use multiple devices (laptop, desktop, tablet, and Smartphone) in a single day according to our choice and availability. So, if you want your e-learning courses to be available to your employees, no matter which device they use, you can create one course for each device you want to deliver on. But it’s quite expensive and time consuming. To minimize these issues, adopt Responsive Design. What exactly is responsive design?
A Learning Management System (LMS) is a treasure trove of sensitive and confidential information of every organization. Such information, if it falls into wrong hands can spell disaster. LMS breaches can result in compliance violations, a loss of competitive advantage or even worse. Then how can we ensure the safety of your confidential data? What does it take to prevent a costly information heist?
The way workforce is being trained needs to change according to evolving mindsets and as technology. Training the Gen Y workforce is a lot challenging than training their predecessors. Here are some training ideas that will help you engage your Gen Y workforce and retain them. These include providing multiple learning paths, customizing the training, and more.
If compliance training is keeping your organization safe from legal penalties, it is thanks to Risk Assessment, the key without which your compliance training would fail. Therefore, assessing compliance risks is necessary. Ineffective risk assessing strategies might fail at identifying, collecting, assessing, and evaluating the risks. In addition to this, the evaluated risks have to be ranked and it is not easy to ensure employees memorize the rankings and names of various compliance risks. So, how can we overcome these limitations and make compliance risk assessment interesting and engaging?
Several organizations are implementing ERP solutions in order to enhance their operational efficiency by streamlining processes. But is installing the ERP software and creating a team of employees to use it enough? No. End user training is mandatory when it comes to ERP implementation. If end users have no knowledge of how to use the ERP software, the effort, time and money invested in the software would be futile.
Many organizations implement ERP systems to enhance operational efficiency. In order to take full advantage of ERP applications, end users need to know how to use them effectively. Training the end user on ERP software plays a key role in the successful implementation of the software.
Customer training is informing prospective customers about products/services and how to use them. Customer training is important as the customer should be able to use the product efficiently or else the chances for him to discourage other potential buyers to buy the certain product are high.