What are the benefits of offline learning?

In today’s always-connected world, the requirement to access comprehensive learning resources without an Internet connection might sound unnecessary. But the need for high-quality offline learning can – and does – occur.

While 90% of companies offer digital learning1, providing reliable access to offline learning for employees on the go is a challenge.

The ability to offer it, though, is incredibly useful when employees have point-of-need requirements. We also know how convenient offline learning can be for learners who find themselves with valuable spare time while they’re travelling.

This blog takes a look at a few scenarios in which offline learning capabilities can be of real benefit to learners and organisations, making training more accessible and increasing productivity.

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