"Numerous questions arise on E-learning outsourcing." according to TrainingZone.co.uk (blog).
E-Learning industry is witnessing tremendous growth in terms of revenue and application. It has become a synonym for many of the learning requirements in corporates, academics and government institutions.
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To provide most suitable learning solutions, industry experts exploring and inventing creative methods and approaches such as Custom Learning Solutions, Rapid Learning Solutions, Gamifications, Instructor Led Training programs and blend of these methods and approaches.
There are people who still want to get convinced with e-learning as an effective learning delivery platform or methodology. Let’s have an elaborative explanation of relevant factors and self-analysis of different learning platforms.
Before we start, one thing we must know that, e-learning is not the only method and as like as any other thing it is not 100% perfect. There are many other methodologies with different level of effectiveness but e-learning can be taken as better alternative considering current challenges and available means.
Let’s understand why e-learning is a current trend under following two headings:
I – Current Learning Demands
At macro level, we receive demand for learning solutions from following three areas:
- Academics – Inquiry is a driving factor in this sector, it drives academicians, teachers and students to understand the known world of knowledge and explore the unknown. To make this simple and move at advance stages of learning experiences, people look for different effective methodologies and platforms.
- Small and Large Businesses – Competition is a driving factor of this sector; to yield higher profits,companies look for effective training and learning avenues which help to serve better and produce at an optimum level.
- Households – Leading better life is a driving factor for households – People want to learn to take right decisions in areas like finance, health, relationships etc.
Source: TrainingZone.co.uk (blog)