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E-Learning Trends on the Horizon There's no doubt that e-learning is a game changer in compliance training. Instead of bringing in a trainer quarterly for classes, companies can now train employees in compliance in any time and place. E-Learning is easy to implement, flexible, and affordable. Recently, expert educational consultants described some of the current trends coming into e-learning online education. Keep your e-learning impactful by considering these trends on the horizon: 1.
Keeping Your E-Learning Training Current When you have a larger company with a sizable staff, e-learning is the most efficient and cost-effective way to train your staff in company compliance. Keeping employees up to date on compliance training is much easier when they can access a training program at their convenience. Unlike live classroom training, which can easily change with each new class, an e-learning compliance training needs to have a team regularly updating so it can stay relevant.
Ensuring Valuable Content in E-Learning Valuable content is critical for your e-learning compliance training to be effective. It needs to be relevant, engaging, and memorable. Most employees dread compliance training because it’s boring, repetitive, and often times the information is of no value. Below are three aspects to keep in mind to make your compliance training e-learning not only fun and interactive, but valuable to your employees. E-Learning is highly effective effective due to its mobility and time efficiency.
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3 eLearning Strategies to increase Engagement: From the Top Down Corporate culture is not limited to just C-level employees, corporate culture belongs to every employee in the company. Encouraging participation and engagement by creating and disseminating a desired culture is the goal, there are multiple ways to achieve that goal. E-learning uses technology to give access to a curriculum of corporate community that everybody can engage in, at their own speed. E-learning is collaborative at all levels, whether it be a single student, teacher ratio, or a group classroom.
eLearning Trends: Looking Back and Moving Forward It’s that time again! Office parties are in full swing, streets are alive with carol singing and shoppers scurry from outlet to outlet trying to purchase the last of their gifts.