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    It is almost impossible to discover certain statistics regarding the success rates of employee training courses, mostly because each industry and each type of training are different slightly from each other. However, when it comes to a standard level, the success rate is quite high. In fact, the percentage of employees who successfully complete training of any kind is close to 100%. So, if you're planning to offer employee training or you're already doing so, you should pay attention to these details.

    One of the biggest issues with employee training courses is that many people tend to believe that e-learning is the better choice. And for some companies, they may be right. If your company doesn't see any need for online learning, there are several reasons why it might be beneficial for you.

    For one thing, online learning allows your employees to move faster towards their goals. In the case of training, however, this isn't usually a problem. People learn best when they are given the freedom to do what they're expected to do. When you limit their options, they're forced to learn according to a schedule and sometimes they miss out on long-term benefits like learning how to work together as a team. Online employee training courses let people learn according to their own schedules and they also allow them to fit their learning into the time they have available.

    Another issue with employee training courses is that some people feel they offer too much information. You might think that employees would want to hear about new technologies, which they probably do, but some employees would prefer to learn about the history of a product or how to make a simple change to a process over the phone. Some would prefer to know how to use a new piece of software, while others might want to learn about an industry-related skill. Online learning is more flexible because it's more comfortable for employees to learn what they need to know.

    In employee training courses for specific purposes, like in health care, you don't have to deal with all the concerns that come with trying to train everyone. When you narrow down the focus to a smaller group, you can better train those employees who will actually be useful to you. You might find that there are a lot of potential applicants, but you don't want to waste your resources by training the wrong candidates. In health care, you might find that you're spending a lot of money and not getting the most from the people you've trained.

    Online training courses give you the flexibility to design them for your employees and to track the results as you move along. When you offer self-directed learning, you can choose the format, the textbook, and even the online games that will be presented during the course. The best formats are typically based on engaging the senses, developing problem-solving skills, and building self-esteem. Employees who feel that they have a lot of control over their education are more likely to benefit from this type of training.

    Another advantage to e-learning is that you can keep your employees up to date on the latest technology. You might want to introduce a technology test right before an important exam. This way, employees know ahead of time what the tests are, how they're going to score, and when the exam is coming up. Self-directed learning lets you offer potential employees hands-on practice and tests within the constraints of their professional development. It gives them something to work toward and gives you an edge on your competitors.

    There's one other advantage to employee training courses that many people overlook. In the age of social media, it's incredibly easy to keep your employees informed about the latest information. Employees can access a variety of information on the internet and use various social media outlets to share it. This can be extremely valuable for ensuring your company's reputation and keeping your employees informed.

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