5 Reasons Why Employees and Employers Prefer E-Learning

November 2020
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Benjamin Franklin once said: “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” This is great insight for today’s world, especially since so many individuals can learn and thrive online. Educators and employers across the United States now prefer using online learning over conventional in-person training, mainly because online learning is flexible and convenient.

Also, a study conducted by Research and Markets found that the e-learning market is slated to grow to $325 billion by 2025. A few years from now, there will be a rapid shift in both how education is consumed and how it’s delivered.

Here are five reasons why you should invest in e-learning:

1. Affordability:

Online education is cheaper when compared to conventional in-person learning. Companies can save money on training spaces and instructors too.

2. Easily Accessible Digital Content:

Since courses are delivered via the internet, access is incredibly simple and widespread. Students and employees can easily access study materials through online textbooks, videos, PPT presentations, infographics, etc. Students/employees do not have to visit a college or training facility to learn.

3. Return on Investment:

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A study conducted by the American Society for Training and Development found that when employers spent $1,500 a year on employee training through e-learning, profit margins expanded to 24%. In simple words, the rate of return is higher with online education.

4. Improved Productivity:

E-learning has been found to improve employee productivity. After all, since employees don’t have to waste work time learning and training, they can bring their best while they’re on the clock and learn outside of work.

5. Achieving Organizational and Personal Goals:

E-learning helps make employees more efficient, better trained, and more knowledgeable, and with all these things they can achieve both professional and personal goals.

And if you’ve been asked to take on a certification course by your employer, or if you’ve signed up for an online course, you should call us. We’ll complete your coursework to ensure you get good grades. Our online class takers have been assisting students for over a decade. All you have to do is call us and ask: “Can you take my class for me?”