Instructor-led training programs are expensive, difficult to manage, not available to learners on-demand, and more. To overcome these limitations, digitize your ILT programs.
An e-learning course is not about adding audio to a PowerPoint presentation and publishing it online using an authoring tool. Find out what makes e-learning much more powerful than a PowerPoint presentation.
There is lot more to this conversion process than simply converting PPTs to eLearning courses. In this post, we will look at five questions that will help organizations take control of their conversion project.
Launching an ILT program requires some work on the training resources. Development of these resources can be marred by the lack of time. A good solution would be to outsource this need.
Discover a reliable source for the content of your performance support solutions. The Q&A sessions in ILT can throw up interesting insights. Read on to find out how.
There is constant debate on whether e-learning is a supplement or a substitute for classroom training. The surprising fact is that it can be both and can be used as needed. Read to know how.
E-learning courses are not time or place-bound, and learners do not have to sit in one place to complete courses. E-learning eliminates travel time and focuses on the need to know content. This blog will talk about 5 ways eLearning can help you save more time than ILT.
Learn how to create an effective blended learning program that gives the best of both worlds.
Here is an infographic that lists the steps to convert PowerPoint decks used as classroom training material to engaging online courses.
This blog will cover the process involved in developing an ILT program with a readymade bank of material and list the steps involved in designing the session.
Check this blog for tips to improve your ILT sessions and increase their impact on your audience.
Explore some of the numerous benefits of using an online training program for your organizational learning needs.