Some of your company’s employees have licenses or certifications that require continuing education. Generally, “Continuing Education” means that an employee must receive a certain number of hours of additional training on an annual or bi-annual basis to keep their license or certification. If you employ lawyers, teachers, healthcare workers, food service professionals, or various training professionals, then you may already be aware of these requirements, which help professionals stay up to date on changes in their profession’s best practices, legal compliance, and new developments.
In addition to giving learners the flexibility to view course content at their convenience, eLearning has other benefits for businesses that provide customized training in the workplace or administer professional certifications:
- Saves time on preparing and updating content.
- Saves the expenses of trainers, classrooms or other learning venues, and attendee travel costs.
- Enables consistency in training. Employees throughout the company get the same quality learning materials at the same time.
- Makes accessibility easy on any device the learner chooses.
Webcasting is increasingly being used to educate and certify audiences of all stripes. With Convey, registration, security, polling, and reporting options allow presenters to see when viewers are watching and completing the required coursework. Quizzes confirm comprehension of the materials, and certification is handled automatically by the system.
TalkPoint’s technology seamlessly connects to most proprietary and third-party learning management systems (LMS).
Learning may start on a new hire’s first day, but it never stops. Management training, sales training, product training . . . This is only some of the important learning within an organization that requires ongoing attention, care, and feeding.
A popular training resource, online toolkits aggregate in a single location all the collateral, learning aids, links to external sites, and any other information the targeted audience needs to build knowledge or acquire specialized skills. A visual medium such as video is the ideal centerpiece of a training toolkit.
Video helps reinforce employees’ desire for corporate transparency and fosters a feeling among employees of being valued by management. An executive can share company news with expressions and body language that simply cannot be conveyed through text. This authentic communication builds trust among employees, bolstering their emotional connection to the company.
As the steward of your company’s culture and values, the Human Resources function plays a crucial role in engaging and uniting employees. Effective internal communication is vital for success. Layer on a multi-generational, geographically dispersed workforce, and the communication challenges only multiply.
With the swelling popularity of YouTube and video viewing among consumers, it’s not surprising that corporate video usage is rising. Video engages employees like no other medium.