How can you ensure that all your employees are trained effectively, irrespective of their physical abilities? How can you develop e-learning courses that can be accessed by all employees, including those who are differently abled? Focusing on the 4 key aspects listed in this infographic will help you achieve this.
Learning through mobile devices meets the demands of an increasingly global, mobile, and tech-savvy workforce. Mobile learning is well on its way to becoming the future of workplace learning.
Videos add great value to learning and are used to reduce the load of reading on the learner and help them retain information. You can enrich your videos by adding captions, images, transitions, music, visuals, callouts, banners, and animated backgrounds and in most cases, “live” training videos need to be edited to enhance their quality. To do all these, you may require some software tools. Many free video editing tools are available in the market.
Are you planning to implement or upgrade your EHR system? EHR implementation is not a single process. Rather, it is a combination of several steps that must happen, pre, during, and post implementation.
Employee training is one of the crucial elements for organizations to achieve their business goals. In this regard, many organizations are moving from classroom training to online training. Training managers are recognizing the value of e-learning and adopting the same. Product training is very important as successful sales people play a major role in achieving revenues.
Animated videos are becoming popular in e-learning. Animated videos grab the attention of learners and the constant movement can keep learners hooked. Having animated videos of any kind adds style and beauty to your e-learning courses.
E-learning is one platform where you teach learners the digital way, there is very limited direct interaction with the learner. You will therefore have limited time to motivate and engage the learner. Only then will he be interested in continuing; if not, he might exit the course after visiting the first few slides. So, to gain learners’ attention, your introduction slides must have 3 essential things.
The World Wide Web and latest technological innovations have influenced how learning and training takes place in organizations. Today, many organizations are implementing e-learning to meet their training needs as it has the potential to cater to the ever-growing and changing demands of businesses at lowered training costs.
In the e-learning context, presenting relevant information alone is not enough. An e-learning course should adhere to Instructional Design principles so that learning is effective and motivates learners to leverage the fullest benefit of the course. There are a few elements such as being aimed at a specific target audience, having measurable learning objectives, authentic content, assessments, and tracking learner progress that can make an e-learning course complete.
It is common knowledge that well-trained sales teams play a critical role in the success of today’s organizations. According to the Training Industry 2015 report, “an estimated $751,542 was invested in their sales training. The highest priority for training in terms of allocating resources in 2015 was to increase the effectiveness of training programs.” The frequent release of new products, updating existing products or services with new features, and onboarding new sales representatives keep sales training managers always on their toes.