Why eLearning Training?
Who hasn’t already had a technology-facilitated learning experience? Who has not yet benefited from knowledge sharing on the Internet facilitated by search engines or social networks (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Linkedin, etc.)?
The demands imposed by globalization, the challenges of the current world (sustainable development and protection of the environment, social responsibility, etc.), the exponential increase in the means of communication and their accessibility, lead organizations to invest more and more in the qualification of their human resources as a primary factor of competitiveness for quality. In this context, and for some time, the demand arose to create alternatives for continuous training that would respond to the need to learn at an increasingly accelerated pace, anywhere, and according to each person’s pace. Thus, new training devices emerged that led to the reconsideration of some traditional concepts.
What is eLearning?
ELearning, also known by other names (virtual training, online education, distance learning, etc.) can be understood as a process that allows the transformation of information into knowledge, using information and communication technologies both as a resource at the level of research and availability of information and interaction between the different actors.