7 Signs That Your Company’s Ed Tech is Slowing Down Your Training Classes

eLearning is a powerful resource for any business. If used correctly, it can cut down on training expenses and allow trainees and trainers to work more efficiently.

There are so many options out there that it can become overwhelming. Many businesses use multiple applications for different purposes, but problems can arise when platforms aren’t compatible or when they become overly complicated.

A Brandon Hall study found that eLearning requires 40% to 60% less employee time compared to traditional learning methods using the same material. The Research Institute of America provided further evidence of eLearning’s benefits by reporting that online training increased retention rates to between 25% and 60%. Traditional in-person training only saw rates of 8% to 10%.

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