E-Learning Courses for Organizations:The Efficient Way to Train Employees
My Company Already has a Training Program• That’s great! Training and learning in general is a positive in any direction• The question to ask is: are you maximizing your companies training program?
What Makes E-Learning/E-Training a Reasonable Choice?• The workplace is a great location for e-learning to achieve its maximum benefit• Online courses are efficient and easy to access• Every tool the employee will need to learn is provided in one space: the online classroom• E-training makes training easier and lowers cost associated with training
What We Know• Last year in 2010: – 32% of training budgets decreased in 2010. – 61% of Mandatory or Compliance Training is delivered online. – 23% of Executive Development is delivered online.*Data according to www.Trainingmag.com 2010 “State of the Industry Report.”
How Can E-Training Help ME?• Training, of any kind, means: – Less calls to help desk to ask questions – Fewer interruptions – Greater productivity – Less opportunities missed in problem solving• The decrease in budgets for 2010 were due to cheaper training practices (e-training)
Why Choose E-training Instead of Classrooms? • Physical classroom training incurs higher costs, such as: – Direct costs of paying instructors – Indirect costs such as travel expenses to send employees there – Opportunities missed because employees are not at work and traveling to class
What are the Benefits of E-training?• E-training is effective, efficient, and promotes learning in more ways than a physical classroom• E-training promotes interacting with the screen, observing, reading, and retention of knowledge while working with new technology• Helps put the user in the driver seat of their own learning process
My Employees are Learning Just Fine!• *Of what we learn, we learn: – 1% through taste – 2% through touch – 4% through smell – 10% through hearing – 83% through sight• E-training maximizes the benefits of learning from sight, putting the user in charge of what they read at their own learning pace *Wakefield, M. (2003, February 27). Lean-In Technology, Safety Nets and Psychology. Retrieved October 27, 2011, from http://it.coe.uga.edu/itforum/paper67/paper67.htm
Whats the Point? I Don’t have Time! • One of E-trainings biggest benefits is its ability to help fit training into the workplace to provide MORE time for your employees • More time at work/home and less time traveling means happier employees
What it all Means: • E-training focuses on the single user, not on every person in the classroom all at once, making it more efficient • More time to help balance work and home life means happier employees • Happy employees make productive employees
What Type of Courses are Available?• Want to learn more about e-training and e- learning in the workplace?• Visit www.enspark.com/courses for an overview of available courses and a demo.• Classes vary from Email Etiquette, Employee Discipline, Internet Protocol, and Leadership Transition courses.