Web-based training, also known as online training or education technology, is a training methodology widely adopted by most businesses and educational institutions today. By adopting this methodology, trainers can speed-up the training process, quickly update new training materials, save resources, money and improve the overall standard of their training programs.
“Over 41.7% percent of global Fortune 500 companies now use some form of educational technology to instruct employees during formal learning hours”. -eLearning Industry
With web-based training, instructors can use online courses, quizzes, surveys and more as part of their training program. But the methodology isn’t merely about online courses created in a learning management systems. With a comprehensive web-based training software such as ProProfs, instructors can:
Web-based training has many benefits for companies, especially those where the employee churn is high and training is a constant requirement, such as construction or manufacturing companies.
Examples of web based business courses:
Web-based training can be defined as any type of training that takes place primarily or fully online. The training may be a full course, like traditional instructor-led training, but because of the format, it is also much more flexible.
Has your company adopted web-based training yet? If not, you are losing out on one of the most powerful things you can do to give your training and development programs a boost. Presenting five major benefits of web-based training.
Great for training employees
ProProfs has been a great tool to Create online training for hundreds of employees in US & Canada. ProProfs has allowed us to provide over 3,000 sessions, anytime & anywhere.
Safety Manager at Kiewit Pacific
Drive up traffic & website engagement
ProProfs quiz maker is a great way to engage your visitors (most people will take the quiz, thus spend some time on your site and will be more willing to browse it further Quizzes are greatly shared and can be used to drive up traffic.
Editor, Search Engine Journal