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You may have noticed the term E-Learning is very similar to E-Mail. This is no coincidence since both technologies transfer information electronically. In fact, we can define E-Learning as the digital delivery of content via electronic devices for the primary purpose of education.

Some definitions insist on including a statement about the information being delivered "online" or "over the internet." However, most feel this fact is implied in the term E-Learning.

E-Learning Benefits for Businesses

The use of E-Learning in businesses today can provide many benefits. For example:

      • Faster Employee CompetencyEmployees, according to the Institute of Management and Administration, receive the same knowledge using E-Learning but spend 40% less time.
      • Reduce Course Costs - E-Learning can reduce course costs by 66% to 90% when compared to all of the costs associated with instructor led courses.
      • Flexibility Reduces Lost Production Time - E-Learning is available 24/7/365. Each Employee can access their training at the time and location that best fits their schedule reducing lost production. No need to shut down the production process for group training. Cycle one or two employees off the line for training. 
      • Ramp Up New Employees Faster New employees can take new employee orientation online courses immediately without waiting for an instructor or for a group to be assembled.
      • Consistency - E-Learning always provides a consistent message to each location and learner. The company will eliminate varying levels of quality, omitted content and rushed or skipped sessions which are common when using various trainers.
      • Travel Elimination - Substantial time and cost savings
      • Reduce Training and Compliance Program Administration - Manual training and compliance program administration tasks are reduced by up to 70% with automation.
      • Be Nimble and React Quickly - E-Learning provides the ability to quickly and efficiently update materials and train on changes.
      • Increase Attendance with Expanded Reach - Provide all employees, regardless of physical location, equal opportunity for training.

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      • Discusses Who Uses E-Learning

      • Outlines Differences Between Traditional Training and E-Learning

      • Answers the Question Does E-Learning Work


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