Why You Should Develop Online Assessments Before the Learning Content

Harry is the product sales manager of a large insurance company. Recently, his organization had developed an online course on its new annuity policy, which was highly interactive and engaging. Harry expected the course to be a resounding success. But, to his dismay, the course was a big failure. A distraught Harry began analyzing the causes for failure and soon found the culprit – poor alignment of the course with its learning objectives.

Many organizations face a similar predicament, resulting in wastage of precious time and training dollars. How can companies overcome this problem? What does it take to design e-learning courses that help achieve learning outcomes? Well, you need to develop the assessments of your online course first, and then, use these assessments as a basis to create the learning content. This is because the assessments help you:

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