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When is Rapid eLearning Development the Best Solution?

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While planning for eLearning development, the most important factor that you need to consider is the objective of the course. That is, you need to identify the specific results that you expect to achieve from the course. Once the objective is finalized, you can identify the best possible ways to achieve it. Rapid eLearning tools provide some amount of sophisticated options for designing courses similar to the look and feel of traditional Flash-based courses. Here, we will look at some of the content that is best suitable for Rapid eLearning courses.

Regulatory and compliance training: Industry regulations or compliance guidelines keep changing from time to time. It is mandatory for employees to know and understand these regulations that are in force at any given point. In fact, they are bound by law to undergo these mandatory training sessions. Developing such courses through Rapid eLearning would be ideal as content can be updated easily without incurring additional costs.

Product sales training: Companies launch new products every season. The sales team and channel partners need to update customers about the features and benefits of these new products. Companies also come up with various sales schemes and promotional prices from time to time. This information is dynamic and may change from quarter to quarter. Using Rapid eLearning tools will enable developing these courses quickly and relatively inexpensively.

Converting existing PowerPoint presentations: If you have existing PowerPoint presentations and would like to use the content to create interactive e-learning courses, Rapid eLearning authoring tools are best for the purpose. The content from PowerPoint courses can easily be converted into engaging and interactive eLearning courses through various templates and features in the authoring tools with a quick turnaround time.

Reinforcement training: Some training is done through classroom sessions. However, employees may not get a chance to use the knowledge that has been shared during the limited time frame of a classroom training. Converting classroom training into eLearning will be helpful to reinforce the knowledge gained when employees need to apply it to their jobs, such as modules about safety parameters during a particular process or courses that refresh knowledge essential for service engineers handling a particular product or equipment.

Rapid eLearning development enables clients to share time-sensitive information or knowledge efficiently, effectively and quickly with their employees. Information that is essential for the moment but might become obsolete later. Such information is best shared with the cost-effective means provided by rapid eLearning tools.

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