7 pitfalls to avoid when developing online training courses for employees

Training is a very important part of your employees’ – and your company’s – development. Interestingly, what most people consider as the main problem with training is participation. But when developing training courses for employees, participation rates should be the least of your worries.

What if employees do get on board, and your online course disappoints them? What if they find it dull or too hard? Or if they’re not even sure why they are supposed to learn all this?
Even a minor overlook might be enough to ruin it for your employees and get them wondering if online training is worth their time and effort. Before you know it, engagement and knowledge retention go downhill. So much so, that they might as well have skipped training in the first place.

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