Most administrators think that online training is the easy solution to training workers who live and work in remote rural locations. These tips will help your distance learning program a bigger success.
Make your participants' online experience a success by identifying their strengths and weaknesses before they begin.
Students taking a computerized exam
It's a common misconception that each online course is the same as the one before it. Courses are made up of people, and everyone is different. Your program and your facilitator have to adapt each training session to fit the people in it if you hope to succeed. These are seven common hurdles in online programs and some easy solutions.
Organizations that are moving their online training program into an online space are faced with a difficult decision that will endure for the life of the program. Does it make sense to hire a new facilitator who is skilled in online work, or train an existing employee to do the work?
Anyone who has facilitated an online course knows the biggest challenge isn't grading assignments or figuring out how to use the discussion forums. It's engaging learners. E-learning is a mixed bag of ages and learning styles, and the challenge for instructors is helping students get the most from a course as possible. Ability with technology has less to do with success in an online course as you may think.