E-learning’ has graduated from simply implying ‘electronic’ learning; it has widened its avenues w.r.t learning systems, technologies, content and knowledge infusion. Its significance is better understood with the 5 ‘E’s that it essentially entails. In a corporate set up, these features are highly valuable and ‘must-haves’ for achieving growth targets.
Without an iota of doubt, e-learning is deemed to be the most sought-after asset creation tool for corporate players. Corporate training stands a great chance of success with added elements of elearning or etraining.
A glance over Corporate E-learning
On-the-job elearning is more of a necessity today than a choice for organisations given the current fluctuating employment scenario. E-learning for corporate enterprises is related to training and skill enhancement. Thereby, elearning content has to be carefully curated, data-backed and well-researched to include the most relevant aspects of a subject.
Value-addition offered by E-learning for corporates
The importance of corporate e-learning cannot be overemphasized in times when skill enhancement is the key to retain one’s job through consistent performance. The advantages of digital learning, delivered through a well planned LMS, can be surmised as below:
Top 5 domains where E-learning is making a loud roar
While benefits of E-learning are reaching almost every segment of the corporate sector, there are some professional fields that are leveraging its power to the fullest. The impact of e-learning on the growth of these sectors is commendable:
Case study of a corporate before and after e-learning introduced
Antara Ltd., a company providing education support to schools, wanted to start a new service in the digital segment. They needed a team that could approach schools with the proper framework of smart classes, give presentations and acquire deals.
CASE PRESENTED TO US
Our task was to train the existing team in all facets of smart education, starting from designing of digital content to use of smart boards for teaching and assessment tools for internal tests. They had to be prepared to explain all these in detail to the prospective clients.
Our challenge was that none of the team members had any prior experience of instructional designing as they were only subject matter experts and marketing professionals. We had to combine several aspects and train them in a limited time period, well before the launch of digital services by the company.
HOW WE HELPED
The solution provided by our team was as multifaceted as our problem. Here is what we did:
Mike Cornell and Emma Jones are behind the success of Elearning Blog, a blog solely focused on providing free resources and tips for e-learning.