Updated: May 1
Over the past decade or so, the evolution of SaaS-based technologies, combined with increasingly remote workforces have made online learning, or “eLearning” the preferred approach to corporate training and employee development.
But the challenge for many companies is in developing the array of content required to support a comprehensive and ongoing training program. In fact, recent studies have found that the development of a single one-hour course can take up to 300 hours and can cost up to $15,000, making in-house course development cost-prohibitive for all but the largest organizations.
Fortunately, the growing demand for corporate eLearning has led to the availability of off-the-shelf courses. Off-the-shelf eLearning content refers to pre-built courses that are available for your corporate eLearning program, typically under a licensing arrangement. You can choose to run your entire program using courses from these pre-built libraries or utilize this content to supplement the courses you build in-house.
In this video, we explore four of the primary benefits of using off-the-shelf courses for your corporate eLearning program.