So you finally have a training budget for education and development. As part of the learning program, you want to incorporate custom online training and you have no idea where to turn for a qualified online training provider. The learning program will encompass a variety of topics and content areas from HR standards like onboarding to highly technical subjects such as computer compliance training and sales skills training. Just how do you go about finding the best vendor partner who will stay within your training budget? Oh, and it would be nice to find someone who can provide a SCORM or Tin Can (xAPI) compliant hosted learning management system as well!
Recently, I have been reading many e-learning content development discussion boards and there seems to be a consistent interest in ” compelling e-learning”, a consistent belief that it is difficult to find and a consistent premise that what “it” is varies for everyone.What is compelling e-Learning?
Many companies are faced with challenging issues regarding the appropriate use of email. A variety of email etiquette training skills can be effectively taught through creative e-Learning modules. Are you struggling with employees using poor language, venting anger and sending emails to the incorrect recipients? These kind of incidences can mean embarrassment for an organization and may even lead to legal complications. One of our global clients in the financial services sector was particularly concerned about the potential negative impact of such poor use of email. Working closely with the client’s internal subject matter experts enabled the training content development phase to smoothly address their specific issues.The e-Learning module followed the email activities of an employee throughout a week and incorporated opportunities to address the effect of poorly considered emails and the resulting impact.