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  • eLearning

    According to The American Society for Training and Development, organizations that offer training options to their employees enjoy a 24% higher profit margin than companies who spend less on training. Without proper training opportunities, your employees may not be able to excel in their roles and contribute to the success of the business. Most organizations realize this, but they shy away from providing learning opportunities because of...

  • Training Simulations

    In a business simulation, learners are required to apply whatever they have learned in a risk-free environment. The simulation can be numeric or scenario-based. They are usually used for developing skills like business acumen, problem-solving, decision-making, and so on. But they are not the regular learning modules. They...

  • eLearning

    Corporations are on a constant quest for the best training practices for employees.

    As understanding about learning evolves, so do the methods used to prepare today’s corporate workforce.

    Microlearning is thought to be one of the foremost instructional approaches for learners in today’s tech-savvy world.

    In...

  • Virtual Reality

    Virtual reality (VR) has revolutionized the way organizations deliver training to their employees. This immersive technology has been rising in popularity because of the enhanced learner experience it provides. The technology is a huge departure from the traditional classroom training and is even more interactive than a typical web-based simulation.  Learners prefer a VR format of learning because it...

  • Giving your employees a certain amount of training before they commence any kind of work within the company has become a norm and is one of the best ways for companies to ensure that they have the best employees who perform at their maximum efficiency. Because certain jobs require specific skills to be able to perform well, not every employee coming to the company may be able to work at their optimum skill level. In these instances, giving...

  • eLearning

    In simple terms, a Learning Record Store (LRS) is a database that collects information about how a learner interacted within any given activity. It stores xAPI statements. An LRS can be a key component in your learning ecosystem. It can collect data from all of your learning applications and systems. An LRS can also connect with operational systems to collect data regarding job performance.

    You have to set up activities that produce...