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We live and breathe online training and education. It’s our bread and butter at Relias. So we come across A LOT of misconceptions and inaccurate information during our daily chats, emails, phone calls, etc. That’s why we thought it’d be great if we could offer up the 6 most common misconceptions we’ve heard from the industry regarding online training.
Aretha Franklin knew the value of it when the lyrics traveled from her mouth into ears across the world, uniting us all in one way or another:
Television Theory 302
Television theory was a college course that made me say to myself, “Wow, there is nothing in this class that applies to my future.” It was filler—an elective course to get easy credits to meet graduation standards. Sure, it was easy, but such a waste of time. If I weren’t required to meet a number of credit hours to graduate, I definitely would not have willingly taken it.
Imagine a company that focuses on the art and science of adult learning so that you don’t have to fall into the habit of “checking off boxes” when training your staff. Imagine a fully engaged workforce that actually looks forward to training!
In a published study, the World Health Organization (WHO) finds that eLearning is likely to be as effective as traditional methods of training health professionals.
Training is a necessity for everyone
No matter where it sits on your list of priorities, training is still critical for anyone who wants to be successful in their job role. It’s a key part of:
Times are changing, and so are the ways in which we train our staff. If you knew there were 7 simple rules to create an effective training process in your organization, would you follow them? Are you following any of them now?
We posted a survey that asked which types of learning tools you are using today. In two weeks, the survey returned more than 1200 responses.