Reduced cost delivery
Savings are made through the elimination of venue and trainer hire.
In addition organisations can also save further by the reduction in employee expenses from travel, subsistence and reduced material costs.
Employee's and organizations benefit from improved (and more efficient) performance.
Faster delivery of learning
At a time when change is faster than ever a key advantage of eLearning is that it has a faster delivery cycle times. Classroom based learning is limited to the availability of classrooms, trainers and how many employees can effectively be trained in that space at once.
eLearning allows materials to be accessed anywhere, anytime, by all of the employees in an organization
Reduced learning time
Online learning is a great way for an organization to provide its employees with the tools and skills needed to enhance their performance but also provides an environment in which they can do so during down times at the company and within their individual job roles.
No longer will training need to be restricted to when a significant group of employees can be spared from their daily roles.
More consistent learning
Online learning insures that every single employee has access to the same information and more importantly at the same quality.
An organisation may invest in a great trainer, but there's no guarantee that the courses they deliver will be of the same content and quality the same across each session.
eLearning provides a standardised process and consistency in the delivery of content.
More accessible learning
eLearning allows employs to constantly be able to access the materials following the initial completion of the online course.
therefore there is no need to provide refresher courses as there is an easily accessible portable for employees to refresh their knowledge.
More controllable learning
Online learning enables companies to offer control to their learners in a way that classroom learning doesn't; moving away from the historic approach of 'one size fits all'; employees are able to tailor the time or reduction of time, spent on each topic dependent on its relevance to them and their prior knowledge of it.
As a direct result of providing the tools for knowledge and learning networks that allow collaboration and conversation, companies have the ability to capture a wealth of valuable organizational knowledge, which can be added to their repository of best practice and utilized throughout the company.
so can your company afford not to empower your staff for less, to become more efficient and transform your company's culture to one whereby knowledge is shared and stored freely? If not then it is time to investigate further into what eLearning has to offer.
Here at Architecting the Enterprise we offer several online and eLearning products which we complement with a weekly webinar led by one of world class TOGAF experts - therefore your organisation can indulge in the benefits of eLearning whilst your employees still have the webinars as a portal for all their questions and queries.