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Using eLearning in Employee Training Infographic


Using eLearning in Employee Training Infographic

The days of sitting in a classroom like setting for employee training may soon be a thing of the past. The Using eLearning in Employee Training Infographic shows how much more effective eLearning for employee training can be compared to traditional methods.

In standard employee training, the employee forgets 65% of the material covered just 7 days later and that figure jumps to 90% after six months. Research has shown that eLearning increases retention rates by 25-60% and it isn’t very hard to understand why. eLearning puts employees in control and they can learn at their own pace – anytime, anywhere. If an employee forgets something from their training, they can simply load up the video to revise. 42% of companies say that e-learning has led to increased revenue and an 18% increase in employee engagement.

It’s vital to train employees properly as badly trained employees are generally unhappy employees. For example, 40% of employees who receive poor training leave their position within the first year. One of the major problems with traditional employee training is that there is no way to revise the material covered. Research has shown that the average employee forgets 65% of the material covered after just one week.

Video allows employees to learn at their own pace or revise a particular area that has been causing them difficulty. With video that can put it on at a point of need or when they have the time. If you are producing eLearning videos for your employees, don’t slack on the production quality. The quality should be the same as it would be for any customer facing content. Find out more in the infographic.

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