What Does an eLearning Program in the Warehouse and Distribution Environment Look Like?

Operations executives are finding that an eLearning program has a valuable place in training their employees on a wide variety of topics. But the term eLearning can be confusing and misunderstood and since it is relatively new in the operations world, it is helpful to clarify what it means and what an eLearning program might look like in a plant, warehouse or distribution environment.

We tend to think of eLearning as online courses offered by a university. These are courses that students take over three or more months and substitute for traditional classroom learning. Students log on daily for up to 12 weeks and advance through chapters of the course, respond to daily posts from the instructor, complete papers, and tests online and often interact with other students online. That description is typical for the academic world, however, an eLearning program in the operations world is quite different.

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