• Candidate has to complete assessments at the end of each E learning module. • If they get a question wrong they are referred back to the same module. • If they get a question right they move on to the next module.
A well designed E learning module requires the same computer knowledge that a person require to operate an ATM.
• Much less than other training techniques. • Candidate can use any internet connected computer to do E learning. • They can even work using dial up connection. • So they can do it at work, at home or in an internet café!
Cost-Benefit analysis involves following steps to calculate the exact ROI
Gathering Assumptions and Baseline Data such as Life Span of Course, Total Number of Students , Student Learning Time , Reduction in Seat Time , Burdened Compensation for Instructor , Burdened Compensation for Student .