FUEL realises that today’s work-from-home learners are using devices of all sizes and shapes — mobile phones, tablets, laptops, and personal computers — and they’re often switching between them multiple times per day depending on their location. As a result, FUEL has prioritised a responsive e-learning experience via our learning management system. Responsive e-learning empowers a learner to achieve their necessary tasks easily and efficiently within a course — whether they’re using a desktop computer, laptop, tablet, or phone. The addition of mobile learning technology to an organisations training programme has multiple benefits –
Whilst work-life balance may shift for work-from-home employees, 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.
Improves knowledge retention
Part of understanding your audience is understanding that each person learns in a different way. Retaining knowledge is an important part of any training regime however, in e-learning absorbing knowledge is critical. Cater to all your learners through the use of diverse training tools. You can include visual, acoustic, and kinaesthetic tools into your modules to help your learners absorb information in the best way for them.
Traditional training costs a small fortune annually, whereas online training via a learning management system, offers business’ the opportunity to eliminate traditional training costs like travel, hardcopy materials and site rentals. Online training has minimal hardware costs and multiple learners can train on the devices numerous times.
Easy access to online training resources
When using traditional training methods, employees need to wait to develop their skills until the arranged onsite training session. A learning management system allows learners access to their training and all the invaluable information it contains, on an unlimited basis. Learners who have free access to online training are able to improve their skills and task proficiencies at a pace that enables them to absorb the knowledge in the most efficient way for the individual learner.
Personalised Online Training
Online training means that every learner will have access to training that meets their specific job needs. As online training is applied company-wide, all learners benefit equally from their experience with the learning management system, whether it be audio or visual. This is thanks to the flexibility that online training offers to learners from start, right through to the assessment phase, regardless of whether they work-from-home, or the office. This flexibility results in learners gaining confidence in their workplace as they have been fully equipped to deal with all the responsibilities they need to perform in their role. Instead of spending time asking supervisors for guidance, learners can invest their energy in applying the knowledge they have gained from online training to their daily tasks.