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M-learning To Train Your Employees On Safety Training [Infographic]

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M-learning To Train Your Employees On Safety Training [Infographic]

According to a statistic from Gartner, it is predicted that 70% of professionals will do some work from their own, personal smart phones or tablets by 2018.

With the advent of and growing fondness for smartphones, using them as a medium to provide training in organizations would be effective. One of the trainings that can be effectively delivered through mLearning is safety training. It can be used to impart information on reducing workplace injuries, equipment handling and assembling and precautions to take in the workplace. For instance, before handling any equipment, an employee can easily access safety hazards information from his mobile phone instead of going to the nearest desktop and access it.

M-learning To Train Your Employees On Safety Training [Infographic]

Want to know more about how you can deliver safety hazards training through m-learning? Check out the Infographic M-learning to train your employees on safety training below.

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  • OnlineBusinessSchool

    As technology is advancing, learning has become more flexible and trendy.And this has led to increasing use of m-learning. The infographic and information is very effective.

    Now in terms of benefits, mobile learning is not far behind. Mobile Apps have the potential to change the way students perceive learning as a responsibility. For instance, by representing learning through an entertaining medium it would surely make learners more responsive to the chores of learning. Whether you need to view information or revise a topic before an exam, it’s all possible on the go with just a click of a finger. This theory of learning, automatically encourages just-in-time learning. In other words, it promotes active learning with a goal to meet the student needs, within a required time.