Take Professional Development Course Training to the Next Level
Taking E-Learning Training Courses to the Next Level
E-learning is quickly becoming the standard way for companies to train new employees and teach new skills, but not all e-learning courses are created equal. E-learning, like traditional classroom learning, can at times fail to engage learners and instead leave employees feeling as though they've wasted their time.
That's why it's time to take a look at Bridge. It's uber-engaging, modern, slick, easy-to-implement and will more quickly give your employees the tools they need to be successful. It will change the way you help your people learn and train, plus help them be more productive faster. Down with the yawn-inspiring, groan-inducing version of learning. Up with the engaging, streamlined, and–most importantly–effective version.
To build online courses that perform well among new hires and teach employees information and skills that they can apply to everyday work situations, keep these tips in mind:
Dazzle them with design
Capture readers’ attention from start to finish with a course design that keeps learners engaged.
Stay focused and on point
Before you begin developing an online course, come up with a clear objective. Once you know the objective, try not to stray too far from your main point.
There are also many ways to mix up the way content is delivered. For example, make use of videos, games, and quizzes. Force users to make decisions, and give them immediate feedback.
After a section of the course is completed, have users participate in an online exercise so they can put what they've learned into practice. Breaking up the course with an interactive quiz or puzzle is also a good way to keep learners engaged.
Ask for feedback
Continue to improve your interactive online training sessions by asking users directly for feedback. Consider including a survey or questionnaire at the end of your course.
Bridge makes on-the-go employee training easy and effective. Take a demo now to see how it can help you move your training into the modern world.