We recently released a study "The Anatomy of a Training Course," where we broke down the data we have collected to serve as a benchmark as you build out your own training strategy. This post will be sharing our findings on the correlation between lesson count and completion rates.
In our latest study, we analyzed overarching content creation trends within the training space. The findings presented here can serve as a benchmark as you build out your own strategy.
So, you’ve taken the time to create compelling eLearning content. Why, then, are you still seeing such low course enrollment and completion rates?
In a recent survey, 45% of workers reported current training offerings aren’t relevant to employees’ daily responsibilities (source: Chief Learning Officer). Why is that? And more importantly, how can you address this issue within your organization?
We recently released a new eBook, How to Create a Customer Training Strategy, and in the past couple of weeks we've given you a few glimpses at what's inside. So far we've discussed Why Your Organization Needs a Customer Training Strategy and Creating a Customer Training Strategy: Objectives. Today's post will be covering how to strategize the pricing and packaging of your training.
*This post was updated on 2/15/2016
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The eLearning industry is changing as organizations adapt to meet the needs of new students with new expectations. Today, most learners are looking for more than a passive experience; they want to be fully engaged in their training.
We recently released our new eBook How to Create a Customer Training Strategy, and gave you a small peek at Why Your Organization Needs a Customer Training Strategy. Today's post is about the next step in the strategizing process: listing your objectives.
We recently released an eBook, “How to Create a Customer Training Strategy,” where we shared some of our recommendations and best practices to create a successful customer training strategy. In this post, we will be discussing the first two steps: recognizing the need for training in the context of your organization and evaluating how you can meet those needs.
There’s no exact formula to create the perfect customer training course for your company, but there are some simple and effective steps that you can follow to plan a customer training experience that is comprehensive and mutually beneficial.