Why is E-Learning the Future?

Why use E-Learning to train in green business practices?

Many corporations and those in government are looking for training resources delivered on line for sustainability planning and implementing greener business practices for both internal training of their own employees and a training series to offer affiliate organizations. This is evident both in domestic markets and globally. To date, there has not been a good, comprehensive source of existing materials for on line trainings. We meet this need in the most professional and transparent delivery possible.

Global E-Learning Market to reach $107.3 Billion by 2015 - According to new report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc. (GIA)

“GIA announces the release of a comprehensive global report on e-learning market. The global e-learning market is projected to reach $107.3 billion by the year 2015, driven by its benefits in the form of reduction in operational costs, flexibility in learning activities, and simplified training programs. The need to address the training and learning requirements of globally dispersed workforce is also driving the demand for e-learning programs.”

San Jose, CA (Vocus) September 20, 2010

“The e-learning market is among the most rapidly growing sectors in the worldwide education and training industry. E-learning holds an edge over other computer-based training initiatives due to its ability to lower costs by centralizing content, reduce logistics costs, facilitate persistent storage, and enable uniformity in content delivery. Continuous developments over the years have allowed e-learning to emerge as a critical medium for learning, allowing companies to lower recurring costs. E-learning also offers additional qualitative benefits, unlike conventional methods, in the form of anytime, anywhere learning, access to worldwide mentoring resources for maximum skill development, administration and control of training calendar from several locations.

The global economic decline is proving to be favorable for the Learning and Development (L&D) sector. Faced with the need to retain skilled workers during adverse economic conditions, educational institutions as well as corporations are re-assessing means of imparting academic knowledge and training. L&D sector's move towards technology-led learning is also driven by the growing proportion of tech-savvy learners, globally. The recession forced global corporations to exercise enormous caution on expenditure and cash. The need for saving expenses forced companies to implement drastic cuts in budgets, including training costs, downsize operations, and review employee salaries. The growing cost pressure and the need for ensuring sustenance of training activities during the recession is fueling the adoption of e-learning initiatives.”

If companies and governments are to become more efficient in their day to day operations:

• The management team and employees in each department need to learn about recycling

• Employees in all departments need to be guided on the importance of transparency

• Accountability can only happen if training is provided in methods of environmental accounting

The employee pool can learn about recycling, waste management, energy efficiency, green fleets basics, water conservation and more through your organization. As you know, most companies ask employees to take courses such as “sexual harassment in the workplace” or offer ADOBE or MICROSOFT training. Now, in your desire to implement green best practices, you can offer 24/7 access to on line green topics.

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