10 reasons to choose e‑learning courses


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10 reasons to choose e‑learning courses



Inte­gra­ting e‑learning into a com­pa­ny has many advan­tages. Here is an info­gra­phic that sum­ma­rizes the bene­fits of e‑learning for com­pa­nies and employees. This article should help you make your decision!

There are many rea­sons for intro­du­cing e‑learning into a com­pa­ny. Some­times it comes from employees who want to take trai­ning courses more qui­ck­ly and at their conve­nience, while com­pa­nies often want to cut costs.

Here are 5 advan­tages for com­pa­nies and 5 advan­tages for employees:

Benefits of e‑learning for companies

  • Reduce costs

The e‑learning modules can be used seve­ral times, which reduces costs.

  • Scalable

This is an impor­tant advan­tage for com­pa­nies. E‑learning courses are per­fect­ly sui­ted to large com­pa­nies that need to train dis­per­sed employees.

  • Continuity

The effi­cien­cy of a trai­ner is no lon­ger a para­me­ter to be taken into account during an e‑learning ses­sion. The trai­ning is the­re­fore the same for everyone.

  • Adapting to new trends

E‑learning makes it pos­sible to adapt to the new needs of col­la­bo­ra­tors. They can now learn when they want and on the digi­tal medium of their choice.

  • Efficacy

Lear­ning is more effi­cient in e‑learning ses­sions. Lear­ners learn bet­ter and faster.


Benefits of e‑learning for employees

  • Flexibility

E‑learning offers the pos­si­bi­li­ty to learn à la carte accor­ding to the level and skills of each individual.

  • The learner remains in control

The lear­ner is the mas­ter of his or her lear­ning and remains in control.

  • Speed of learning

Lear­ners take less time to assi­mi­late the notions seen during an e‑learning ses­sion com­pa­red to a face-to-face session.

  • Boosting learner engagement

With e‑learning, it is very easy to boost lear­ner enga­ge­ment. Bet­ween two lear­ning ses­sions, it is pos­sible to create small modules to rein­force the know­ledge of the learners.

  • Better learning retention

A 2014 stu­dy in Ame­ri­ca indi­cates that the reten­tion rate for e‑learning is bet­ween 25–60%. The reten­tion rate for face-to-face trai­ning is bet­ween 8–10%.

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