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  • 1. The future of training…….. Presentation by Hidayath
  • 2. E-learning is most often defined as an approach to facilitate training by electronic means such as e-mail, computers, or the Internet.
  • 3.
    • New values  
    • New technologies  
    • Competitive Edge  
    • Cost Effective  
    • Globalization
    • Abundance of information  
  • 4.
    • Fun.
    • Inexpensive.
    • Can be done at any time.
    • By any staff.
    • Anywhere.
    • With any skill level.
    • Can be stopped and started easily.
  • 5.
    • Gives the participant a Certificate of Completion.
    • Keeps records of training for the manager.
    • Changes as the world changes.
    • And provides courses for all categories of staff.
  • 6. Synchronous Training Asynchronous Training   Embedded learning   Courses Discussion groups   Virtual classroom  
  • 7. • An organisation has registers for E-learning. • Staff has to enrolle in E learning modules. • Staff complete the E learning modules either at work or in their own time.
  • 8. The E-LEARNING Framework
  • 9. • 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.
  • 10. A well designed E learning module requires the same computer knowledge that a person require to operate an ATM.
  • 11. • 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!
  • 12.
    • 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 .
  • 13.
    • Design and Development Costs Create Courseware, Train the Trainer
    • Delivery Costs Number of ILT Sessions, Instructor Costs, Student Costs, Location Fees, Equipment Fees, Student Materials.
    • Administration and Maintenance Costs Tracking, Technical Support, Updates to Content , Updates to Technology
  • 14. • Less expensive than other forms of training. • Easier to schedule. • Easier for staff to complete. • Enabled us to keep better records. • And overall is a winner for us.
  • 15.