Considering Outsourcing Online Learning Courses Using Off-the-Shelf Content?

 

Effective online training and development programs look to transfer knowledge and skills to employees, customer, and partners; however, there are various ways that companies choose to deliver their programs. Companies might choose to develop all of their online courses in-house, some may outsource their courses using a custom developer or purchase off-the-shelf content, and others might choose a combination of all three. Which way is the best? It all depends on your organization.

There are many factors that contribute to outsourcing online learning courses. For instance, perhaps the volume of training materials required exceeds what a learning and development team can support.  Maybe the team lacks subject matter expertise or they might not have the skills to develop online courses in a preferred format or using a specific authoring tool. Believe it or not, oftentimes outsourcing online learning courses can help learning and development teams control costs.

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