5 ways to increase your company’s staff training ROI

As more and more South African companies are adopting the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies in their day-to-day operations, it’s no surprise that adaptive learning is leading to fantastic ROI on staff training. As tablets and other mobile Internet devices become increasingly affordable, online learning is becoming a viable option for many companies looking for effective, affordable staff training.

Here are a 5 ways you can go about increasing your company’s training ROI and getting more value for your money through adaptive learning solutions:

  1. Train your staff anywhere: Class-based staff training can now be turbo charged by allowing staff to access their training materials from anywhere, at any time.
  2. Save on hiring outside trainers: By using adaptive learning technology, you will increase your training ROI by better managing your spend on outside facilitators.
  3.  Adaptive Learning Software changes the content of a course to suit an individual’s unique knowledge level. Each student receives a personalised course making the learning experience totally streamlined and far more effective. It also slashes the learning time by as much as two thirds. Coupled to knowledge retention systems, not only do your employees retain what they learn, but you  will have an excellent understanding of the skills and abilities of your staff.Increase your company’s efficiency: By investing in better staff training, your employees will be able to do their jobs better and more efficiently.
  4. Online learning saves money: At the end of the day online learning will save your company money by not having to pay for classrooms, hardcopy textbooks, trainers and more.

These are only a few of the ways you can increase your training ROI by rolling out online learning and adaptive learning solutions throughout your company. Contact LA Intronet to discuss all your adaptive learning requirements today and to learn how we can empower your company.

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