Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software training often requires practice, which is not possible in a traditional training program. In a traditional approach, trainers demonstrate how to use the software and how it works, but there is no chance for end-users to try out the software, learn how to avoid mistakes, and reinforce learning after go-live.
Without practice and reinforcement, the information learned cannot be retainedeasily. This ultimately leads to low performance, low productivity and increase in time, cost and risk.
Therefore, ERP software training should be delivered in such a way that these issues can be addressed easily. Is there any such training method?
Well, e-learning with a ‘Watch-Try-Do’ approach.
Most of the ERP software applications are complex. This simulated approach works for things that are complex and tough to understand. One mistake could take a long time to rectify. Thus, the ‘Watch-Try-Do’ approach provides effective hands-on training in a risk-free environment. Hence, through these software training simulations, organizations can ensure that end-users are well-trained on the complex steps involved.
To know other benefits of ‘Watch-Try-Do’ approach, check out the infographic below.
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