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Frequently Asked Questions

E-learning is anywhere learning! Classroom training sessions require face to face interaction, which usually takes place during working hours, hindering working schedules. With eLearning, you have the freedom to to take the course at the place and time of your choice, without affecting work schedules.

E-learning is pocket friendly and saves time; it saves the money spent on printed material and classroom supplies,and the best part is that it is cheaper to develop and can be used frequently. British Telecom delivered e-business training to 23,000 employees in three months at a cost of £5.9m, compared to £17.8 million and a five-year time span for classroom training (Source: Taylor, 2002). So, you can see for yourself why eLearning should be an obvious choice for your training needs.

Yes, of course! E-learning courses can be made available in various languages such as French, Spanish, Dutch and many more. You can easily translate your eLearning course into multiple languages, if you need cross culture training in your organization.

Well, to begin online training in your organization, you need have a platform that hosts your eLearning courses. This platform is called a Learning Management System (LMS). You also need eLearning course authoring tools, which are used to create and publish digital courses. Tools such as Articulate Storyline and Adobe Captivate are SCORM compliant and can be used to develop courses that are easy to upload on LMSs.

To access an online learning course,a learner will need a computer or laptop with WLAN or intranet access to the LMS and your login details to take the course

E-learning is a one-time investment, and once you have your course you can use it as many times as you want. You can save precious dollars by eliminating the need for repeated presence of the trainer.

Building and delivering eLearning include activities such as conducting a training needs analysis, comprehending the content, developing an instructional strategy, identifying the best delivery method like LMS, assessing the extent of customization and so on.