Instructor-led training continues to be in vogue even with the advancement of technology-based training. Many organizations are still glued to ILT initiatives, owing to its many advantages. So, what should you keep in mind while setting up an ILT session for training your employees and how can you maximize its impact? Well, check our infographic for the same.
What is the best way to find an eLearning partner? Clearly communicate your eLearning requirements by issuing an RFP (request for proposals). If your RFP is clear and specific, you are likely to get good responses from the right vendors. At the same time, you will be in a better position to evaluate the responses and choose the vendor who will be the ‘best fit’ for your organization.
If an organization wants to succeed in its training initiatives and achieve its learning goals, it is important that knowledge transfer takes place. The aspects of knowledge transfer include organizing, creating, and distributing knowledge and ensuring it is available for future users.
Sales training, a crucial element for the success of an organization, has become even more challenging in the present competitive and dynamic marketplace. Due to increased product proliferation and rapid increase in the knowledge of customers, sales personnel experience a tough time influencing the buying decisions of customers.
Localization of an e-learning course is essentially adapting the content to suit local culture and preferences. Achieving effective e-learning localization can be a very expensive process. But, no worries!
Here are a few tips to achieve cost effective e-learning localization.
How can you deliver good online learning experiences to your people? What does it take to ensure your people access your courses seamlessly on their preferred devices? You need to focus on one important aspect – making your technology-enabled learning content responsive. Want to know why and how this will help? Check out our infographic below for the same.
If you want your training to meet specific learning goals, custom e-learning is the best option. Adopting a learner-centric approach for your e-learning courses not only makes the course relevant to learners’ needs and challenges, but also helps you in getting the maximum ROI from learning initiatives. When a course is designed with a learner-centric approach, it becomes user-friendly. This makes it easy to navigate, allowing learners to access the content of their choice.
Are your learners showing little interest in using your LMS? Are your course completion rates falling drastically? Many organizations face a similar problem. How can an LMS be used to administer courses successfully? What does it take to ensure learners complete the lessons delivered through a learning management platform? Our infographic shares 6 exciting ways to do this.
Are you a training manager worried about e-learning dropout rates? Are your learners not participating enthusiastically in your online training programs and completing them successfully? How can you overcome this roadblock? The design of an e-learning course plays a very important role in engaging learners. Take a look at some tips to design highly interactive e-learning courses, in our infographic.
Microlearning refers to the delivery of e-learning content in the form of “information nuggets” of 5 to 10 minutes, each covering a specific learning objective. These short modules improve knowledge retention and are ideal to deliver corporate training because of the reasons listed in the infographic.