5 Important Advantages Of Online Corporate Training Over Classroom Training

| January 14, 2019

article image
You might have heard about Corporate Training. It is the training provided by business organizations to their employees or staff in order to improve their existing skills and/or develop new skills in them that are relevant to their current role in the organization. Though it has been provided for a long time, the present industry is feeling its need the most. The most contemporary type of corporate training is online corporate training, also known as corporate e-learning, corporate e-training, or corporate online learning. We have listed for you five important advantages of online corporate training over classroom training:

Spotlight

Advance HE

We are Advance HE, and we are dedicated to helping higher education shape its future. Providing insight so you can use the foresight. Creating the support so that you can succeed. Hosting the networks, so you can share best practice. Accrediting achievement so you can be recognised.

OTHER ARTICLES

What the Shift to Virtual Learning Could Mean for the Future of Higher Ed

Article | March 31, 2020

Tectonic shifts in society and business occur when unexpected events force widespread experimentation around a new idea. During World War II, for instance, when American men went off to war, women proved that they could do “men’s” work — and do it well. Women never looked back after that. Similarly, the Y2K problem demanded the extensive use of Indian software engineers, leading to the tripling of employment-based visas granted by the U.S. Fixing that bug enabled Indian engineers to establish their credentials, and catapulted them as world leaders in addressing technology problems. Alphabet, Microsoft, IBM, and Adobe are all headed by India-born engineers today.

Read More

VR Gives Students New Ways to Learn

Article | March 26, 2020

What she discovered, and what more and more educators across the country are beginning to realize, is that VR is a useful tool for students with special needs, particularly those on the autism spectrum. Many students with autism need practice navigating real-life settings and scenarios that neurotypical students take for granted. VR headsets and software can provide lifelike simulations that allow students to repeat behaviors multiple times before applying their learning in the real world.

Read More

Look Out, Cryptoverse, Blockchain Education Is Just Getting started

Article | February 13, 2020

As blockchain weaves its way deeper into the world economy, more American universities are teaching the technology, offering more courses and expanding delivery methods. Kevin Werback, a professor and blockchain club mentor at the University of Pennsylvania, told Cointelegraph, “Even if they aren’t pursuing a career in the area, most students aren’t confident they can figure it out on their own. Blockchain is just so darn weird.” Weird it is, but employers are demanding more skilled Blockchain workers. Businesses, governments, hospitals and retailers are transforming operations using digital ledgers to share data, create copyrights, collect votes, and even track food, among myriad other uses.

Read More

Product Spotlight: Fortigate Fortinet 60E Gives Schools High-Level Security

Article | February 14, 2020

Common security concerns for K–12 districts, particularly the frequent targeting for cyberattacks, are generally not balanced by increased budgets for defensive technology or talent. And although smaller facilities have become front-line targets, many regional and satellite schools must make do with shared IT resources and personnel. The Fortinet FortiGate 60E security appliance is a good choice for providing cybersecurity protection to smaller schools and regional offices without the need for intense operating expenses or dedicated IT experts. It’s a tiny — smaller than 1U — appliance designed for installation at the gateway to a remote or small facility.

Read More

Spotlight

Advance HE

We are Advance HE, and we are dedicated to helping higher education shape its future. Providing insight so you can use the foresight. Creating the support so that you can succeed. Hosting the networks, so you can share best practice. Accrediting achievement so you can be recognised.

Events