Posts Tagged ‘Online Learning’

What are your options for online learning initiatives?

Sunday, April 7th, 2013

When it comes to online training options, executives, human resource professionals and training professionals have several different options from which to choose. Some of the online options include:

  • Web-based/Online training
  • Email
  • Tele- or video conferencing
  • Collaborative document sharing
  • Online colleges and universities
  • Teleseminars
  • Webinars

Each option offers slightly different choices to training attendees. Additionally, each online training solution also carries its own set of advantages and disadvantages. Prior to getting into the details on each online training alternative, executives, human resource professionals and training professionals can see the overall benefits and drawbacks that online training opportunities provide to companies and to training attendees.

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Corporate Training Software for Your Company

Friday, August 1st, 2008

Part 1:

Business training encompasses a wide variety of topics, from specific technical training to more general business practices such as customer relations, sales procedures and operational procedures. Training programs are designed to enable employees to deliver a more efficient and effective range of services, and for companies to keep pace in a cut throat corporate world. With businesses’ recent dependency on computer software and email, it is essential that all employees are computer literate.

The Internet has allowed for such training programs to be accessed and utilized with ease. Information Technology training, Management Training and a host of other subjects are all available online to help develop an individual’s skill set. Such interactive online learning programs are the perfect Corporate Training Software for organizations; one of the most advanced ones is the eLeaP™ Learning Management System. Pioneered by Don Weobong, President of eLeaP™, an increasing number of companies now rely on this e-learning platform for all of their corporate training needs.

What’s astonishing is the low cost of online e-learning systems compared with traditional corporate training programs. Traditionally, when a company wants to train its employees in a certain skill or trade, experts would need to be consulted, often at very high compensation rates; rates at $10,000 or more for a week of consultation are not uncommon. With new online Learning Management Systems such as eLeaP™, however, a company can easily start training its employees at as low as $125.

>> We will continue part 2 on our next posting.