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Getting the Most Out of E-Learning

When it becomes necessary to train or indoctrinate company employees for any reason, an e-learning approach is almost always the most cost-effective way to go about it, as opposed to any kind of traditional classroom instruction.

There is also a continuity component which can be extremely valuable to your company, because e-learning courses which you develop can be used on an ongoing basis, and can also be made available to your remote organizations around the country. When you’re working with an e-learning company to develop your presentation materials, here’s how you can get the most out of all your courses.

The Nature

 

The level of complexity of any course you have in mind will have a direct bearing on the kind of course content you prepare. For instance, if you need to prepare a video which explains a particular job function, that can be a very simple production to create. However, when it’s necessary to train an individual on a much more involved process such as company sales training, it’s likely that a more sophisticated course has to be developed. For a training video like this, it will be much more beneficial to incorporate interactive elements, so that important points are better digested by viewers. By taking the time to consider the nature of the presentation you need to make, you’ll be able to get the most out of the specific elements you include in the overall production.


Remember Your Learner

 

When preparing a course of instruction for e-learning, it’s a good idea to be aware of your viewing audience’s logistics and numbers. As an example, a course being viewed simultaneously in many different locations may require a different delivery method than one which is being consumed by just a few viewers in a single location. By keeping this in mind, you’ll be able to produce a more effective e-learning tool, which your viewers will be able to get the maximum benefit from.

 

Is There an Expiration?

 

As you’re preparing a course of instruction, that’s probably the best time to consider how long a duration the material will be useful for, and how long it will be a valid e-learning tool that can be used by employees. If the material you’re presenting doesn’t really have any dated elements included, then the overall production can probably be used for an extensive period of time, and you can invest more time and resources in a really good production. On the other hand, if you’re preparing courses which involve rapidly changing elements like technology, you probably won’t want to invest a ton of money in producing e-learning tools which will quickly become obsolete.  


E-Learn with InnTier

 

Design your own customizable e-learning experience over the cloud with InnTier, where you will have full control over the Learning Management System you develop, and you can track your company’s continuing education for all employees. Contact us today and let us help you get started with any kind of on-boarding, training, or educational courses that would be of value to your company and its employees.

 

 

Getting The Most Out of E-Learning

When it becomes necessary to train or indoctrinate company employees for any reason, an e-learning approach is almost always the most cost-effective way to go about it, as opposed to any kind of traditional classroom instruction.

There is also a continuity component which can be extremely valuable to your company, because e-learning courses which you develop can be used on an ongoing basis, and can also be made available to your remote organizations around the country. When you’re working with an e-learning company to develop your presentation materials, here’s how you can get the most out of all your courses.

The Nature

 

The level of complexity of any course you have in mind will have a direct bearing on the kind of course content you prepare. For instance, if you need to prepare a video which explains a particular job function, that can be a very simple production to create. However, when it’s necessary to train an individual on a much more involved process such as company sales training, it’s likely that a more sophisticated course has to be developed. For a training video like this, it will be much more beneficial to incorporate interactive elements, so that important points are better digested by viewers. By taking the time to consider the nature of the presentation you need to make, you’ll be able to get the most out of the specific elements you include in the overall production.

Remember Your Learner

 

When preparing a course of instruction for e-learning, it’s a good idea to be aware of your viewing audience’s logistics and numbers. As an example, a course being viewed simultaneously in many different locations may require a different delivery method than one which is being consumed by just a few viewers in a single location. By keeping this in mind, you’ll be able to produce a more effective e-learning tool, which your viewers will be able to get the maximum benefit from.

Is There An Expiration?

 

As you’re preparing a course of instruction, that’s probably the best time to consider how long a duration the material will be useful for, and how long it will be a valid e-learning tool that can be used by employees. If the material you’re presenting doesn’t really have any dated elements included, then the overall production can probably be used for an extensive period of time, and you can invest more time and resources in a really good production. On the other hand, if you’re preparing courses which involve rapidly changing elements like technology, you probably won’t want to invest a ton of money in producing e-learning tools which will quickly become obsolete. 

E-Learn with InnTier

 

Design your own customizable e-learning experience over the cloud with InnTier, where you will have full control over the Learning Management System you develop, and you can track your company’s continuing education for all employees. Contact us today and let us help you get started with any kind of on-boarding, training, or educational courses that would be of value to your company and its employees.