The nature of work has changed dramatically over the last couple of years, as a result corporate training must evolve to match these changes. Companies have been forced to look closer at the needs of their employees and how they can better support them. Digital learning is well-positioned to practically address these needs.
As hybrid working becomes a permanent reality, learning management systems need to operate seamlessly with employees’ location-independence. LMS platforms such as FUEL Learn are suitable because they operate on desktop and mobile devices. Digital course content must also be created with independent working in mind.
Peer-to-peer learning and employee interaction has also become more important as teams work remotely from each other and have different in-office working schedules. FUEL Learn can deliver this through community features such as forums, file sharing, webinars and gamification.
Online learning has an important role to play in keeping companies and organisations strong in the long-term. Onboarding, maintaining standards and upskilling can all be done effectively through a well managed e-learning academy. Retention rates and employee engagement can be improved, which in turn strengthens and future-proofs companies, regardless of physical distancing.
Data-driven training is another important aspect of how companies need to stay in tune with their employees. Detailed, insightful data is required through reporting on compliance, course progress and engagement levels with specific types of content and courses. FUEL’s LMS provides advanced automated reporting which can be customised and tiered as required.
As corporates aim to become more effective at managing their dispersed workforces, e-learning academies play an even bigger role. FUEL Online can assist your organisation in all aspects of developing an online academy with peer-to-peer learning features that encourage engagement, growth and success.