E-Learning Has Numerous Advantages as a Training Methodology
  • Multimedia, interactive exercises, and serious games engage participants.

 

  • Convenience increases participation rates.

 

  • E-learning can be completed at a time convenient to the participant and can accommodate all members of an organization or organizational unit.

 

  • Group change is most likely when all members can participate in learning experiences that increase understanding of the need, nature and direction of change.

 

  • Increased safety, low threat. Live training can create anxiety or sense of threat in participants, especially with difficult topics such as exclusion and inequality.

 

  • Ability to tailor to the organization,  and/or the learners’ role.

 

  • Using organization branding, images and specific scenarios increases relevant and sense of connection.  In addition, we have used data from our organizational inclusive climate assessment to make the training maximally relevant to participants.

 

  • Tailoring to role and job content: Bringing new concepts and approaches alive by tailoring examples and exercises to specific job content increases relevance, engagement and learning.

 

  • Learners can rehearse new skills in private.

 

  • Feasible, scalable, and affordable