Best Practices to Switch From Instructor Led Training to eLearning

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Instructor Led Training- this word gives you a picture of Instructor in the classroom with a PowerPoint (PPT) and the learners with their notebooks. This was the leading traditional learning method used for employee training and development. But the trend shows steady decline in instructor led training over the last few years. As new learning technologies emerge, there is an improvement in the efficiency of training and lower the cost of training per employee. Most of the organizations are embracing digital information and delivering online training to make the training more dynamic and adaptable.

Here are some best practices you need to be aware of while implementing eLearning.

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Cost of Training Vs. Cost of Not Training

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Human resources are the drivers of organization’s business endeavors. They cause business to win new opportunities and help grow further. Eventually, they also impact negatively on business results. Smart businesses recognize this critical constituent and act to turn it in their favor. So, the important question is ‘What is that they do to achieve it?’

The answer is: ‘Workforce training is the only idea which helps them’.

“Training is the most effective and efficient instrument to make an impactful change in the workforce performance making a company grow.”

In many organizations, training is often abandoned due to unsustainable reasons of Cost.

In this blog, I will try to put forth rationale to convince that “Not Training” can cost significantly higher than the Training Cost. Read more

Top 4 Benefits of Elearning Over Instructor-Led Training

Top 4 Benefits of Elearning Over Instructor-Led Training

Ever since the emergence of eLearning, there has always been a debate on the role of competent trainers in the learning and development arena. Many organizations primarily relied on these trainers and they struggled to retain them. Learners had to adapt every trainer and their training style.

Due to the modern learning needs and technologies, the training is no more confined to the classroom. As a result, the role of a trainer and/or instructor-led training (ILT) went down the hill especially in the corporate world. These hindrances led to the need for eLearning – a cost effective alternative in delivering effective training while reducing trainer dependency. In this blog, we will look at the top four benefits of eLearning in the healthcare industry as example. Read more