Empower your employees with offline learning

Offline learning – that is, elearning taken offline – is the perfect solution for a busy workforce who are no longer chained to a desk during a traditional work day.

Many modern employees are finding themselves time-poor, under pressure and juggling multiple competing priorities in a single day. Not only do they need to execute their daily deliverables, they also have to find the time to complete ongoing workplace learning.

These challenges, coupled with often being on the move between work and home, meetings or even global offices, has given learners an on-demand learning mindset. They want to be able to access courses based on their needs and availability, instead of committing themselves to one method of learning for a fixed amount of time, as they do in traditional elearning.

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