Why is E-learning so effective?

E-learning supports the organization’s goals

Improved training costs. Producing learning content is time-consuming whether it’s online or not. With e-learning, whenever the course is accessed your return on investment improves because you’re dividing the fixed production costs by several uses. You furthermore may have savings through decreased travel, reduced material, and hopefully improved (and more efficient) performance.

Decreased material costs

Let’s say you’ve got to coach the way to arrange equipment during a sterile environment like an OR. If you had to use the important environment, it might be costly. Even fixing a fake environment has material costs and labor. By creating the environment online and letting the learner practice, you never need to worry about the prices related to found out, using, and packing up.

Increased productivity

Because e-learning isn’t bound by geography or time, you’ll control training’s impact on production by training people during downtimes. Additionally, with the present economy, you’re asking people to try to do more with less. So e-learning may be a good way to offer them the tools and skills needed to reinforce their performance.


You’ll have an excellent facilitator, but that’s no guarantee that the courses are presented as equivalent across sessions. E-learning allows you to make a uniform process and consistency within the delivery of content. It also compresses delivery time. I’ve combined e-learning courses with facilitated sessions. E-learning delivered consistent content. Live sessions were interactive case studies that applied the knowledge.

E-learning supports the learner’s development

Real-time access. Live learning events require that those that participate align their schedules to the training calendar. E-learning eliminates this because the course is often accessed anytime, anywhere. This will also happen without Internet access. I saw a Red Cross demo where the learners accessed the content on a PC call at the sector and uploaded their results once they were back online.

Freedom to fail

Let’s face it, real learning requires some failure. But nobody likes to fail during a classroom filled with people. E-learning allows you to fail without worrying. This encourages exploration and testing of ideas. With the proper feedback, you create an excellent learning environment. Worst case, you’ll always start over. Something you can’t always neutralize class.

Improved retention

The mixture of multimedia and instructional design can produce a really rich learning experience that’s repeatable. Contribute some good practice activities with feedback and you’ve got a learning environment that’s getting to help your learners retain the course content which can produce results.

Personalized learning

Look out the window at your parking zone. I guess that you’ll see a dozen or more different cars. All of them do an equivalent thing, yet we’ve personal opinions about what we would like to drive. an equivalent for learning. Learners want control. E-learning allows you to supply control to the learners in a way that classroom learning doesn’t.