With the world slowly getting used to the new normal of a COVID-19 centric consciousness, it is imperative that organisations look to their future success and longevity. Implementing a system, like FUEL’s Aranzi LMS, will ensure that employees receive the training and support they need to successfully work remotely.
Online training ensures that your staff stay connected and up to date with the latest training in your organisation, without the risk of contamination via infected surfaces, or colleagues, at onsite training classes. Maintaining your training is critical to business success, especially during times of economic uncertainty.
Online training offers many benefits that meet the needs of organisations without risking the health and safety of their employees. In order to grow and make the most of the new economic landscape, organisations need to consider how these benefits can contribute to their growth and longevity.
Increase employee collaboration
Delivering effective and engaging learning experiences that enhance the success of an organisation is crucial. Choosing online training allows employees to learn independently and in their own time, whilst increasing their ability to collaborate with their colleagues within the workplace using the skills they have learned.
Increase engagement remotely
While some organisations have returned to offices, many organisations are still working remotely. Having a remote workforce means it is even more important that organisations have the ability to provide well-targeted content and learning experiences.
Whilst work-life balance may shift for employees working remotely, business expectations and deliverables do not. Ensuring that employees are equipped with the ability to develop their skills to meet organisational needs, will ensure that productivity doesn’t decline. Setting training milestones to meet the organisations requirements will help employees to acquire the skills they need to cope with the demands of working remotely while still meeting organisation expectations.
Enable a resilient workforce
In times like these where organisations are forced to work with a remote workforce, it is imperative that employees stay connected. Organisations can do this by ensuring that their employees have access to relevant information where, and when, they need it. Online training, or a Learning Management System (LMS), allows organisations to easily send this information directly to their workforce, no matter their location.
As the world recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic, individuals and organisations will feel the strain. Organisations can support their people by empowering them with all the knowledge they need to come out of it stronger than before.