Remaining competitive in today’s business environment can be challenging. In fact, it’s never been more critical for companies to invest in advancing employee knowledge and expanding their skill sets. But finding the time for face to face training can be the tricky part.
As a result, eLearning has earnt its way into the business world as a highly effective alternative to the more traditional learning models of classroom, conferences, seminars and lectures.
And the undeniable upshot is that digital learning saves businesses valuable time, money and energy that they would spend on face to face training.
An LMS (Learning Management System) can be a pivotal point for equipping employees with the knowledge they need to excel in their roles, therefore driving business forward.
Let’s look at the plus points:
LMS’s are cost-effective and flexible
An online training system cuts back on the shedload of costs that would usually be part and parcel of classroom training. Travel, learning materials, venues, and catering: it all adds up doesn’t it?
Training methods can quickly go out of date, so updating and reproducing learning materials is costly and time-consuming. LMSs let you update important materials and lesson plans easily, with no hefty printing costs.
Employees will be searching for opportunities to grow in their careers. eLearning offers a platform for employees to quickly get up to speed on new processes and industry developments.
One of the most-heard complaints about traditional training methods is that they’re time-consuming and detract from valuable time that could be spent on important work. With eLearning, employees can log on at any time to avoid conflict with important or time-sensitive tasks.
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Ultimately, when it comes to hosting you have two choices: in-house or with an eLearning provider. A service partner will have established IT departments, 24/7 monitoring and are actually cheaper and less hassle in the long run.
Hosting with your LMS partner means you don’t have to worry about the technical stuff and can just focus on your day-to-day work.
TOP TIP: Make sure you choose an LMS provider with airtight security credentials. You want a guarantee that they have enterprise-grade security structure before you sign on the dotted line.