Why Implement eLearning?

“Learning at the speed of need.”  This is a phrase used to describe the learner’s expectation for training and development today.  Learners no longer expect to wait to sign up for a traditional classroom course.  They can go online and access informal and social learning based on the Four-C’s:  collaborative, continuous, connected and community-based education.

What this means for the organization is that your learners won’t wait.  You need to be responsive and provide information in a variety of ways.  That’s where eLearning comes into play.  eLearning can be delivered in many forms including:

  • Interactive PDF
  • eBooks
  • Videos
  • Screencasts
  • Webinars and Teleseminars
  • Professional Authoring Software
  • And more….

online learning

Your imagination is the only thing limiting the method and type of training course you deliver.  With the development of easy-to-use technology, your learners have access to informal training in the form of:

  • eBooks
  • Self-based content
  • Videos
  • Podcasts
  • Blog articles
  • Slideshares
  • Webinars
  • Traditional books.

Social Learning is also expanded as learners look to:

  • Online networks
  • Commenting
  • Ratings
  • Sharing

This places the organization in a challenging position.  How to balance the needs of your learners with the rapid speed of technology changes and availability of resources and opportunities.  The quality of the resources online can vary widely and there is always the possibility that resources will be duplicated.  Understanding were to use technology effectively is also an issue.  For example, online technology works very well with compliance training, but is not as effective with cultural change.

How We Help

At Miller Productivity, we help HR Managers and others to deliver engaging, effective, affordable, online training programs that your employees love. No matter the content. We create eLearning programs that satisfy your regulatory requirements, help your employees learn new software applications, implement new policies or procedures, or improve their leadership and other soft skills.

Contact us for more information.