In the fifteen years that e3Learning has been in business, we have watched the appetite for online learning steadily grow in Australia and beyond.
What hasn’t changed during that time are the questions people ask when they are looking at eLearning as a solution to their problem.
Is implementing online learning an easy and effective way to save time and money? Can eLearning reduce training costs? Rapidly deploy learning content to your staff? Improve knowledge retention? Create a more productive environment and help to reduce staff turnover?
The simple answer is maybe.
When it comes to this form of workplace education, all stakeholders have high expectations. Senior executives want a return on investment, and middle management expects increased productivity and staff are looking for minimal disruptions and an active learning experience. Implementing online learning is an easy and effective way to save time and money.
So though eLearning can reduce training costs, rapidly deploy learning content to your staff, improve knowledge retention, create a more productive environment and help to reduce staff turnover, you have to have a firm understanding of how it will help you and your business.
This guide will evaluate these benefits, helping you to make a business case for eLearning in your organisation.
With compliance and training being fundamental to the success of all organisations, e3Learning provides the learning tools that builds that confidence in your business, namely the advanced platform that hosts our management systems, courses and reporting.