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It's what people want
Given a choice, learners want relevant, personalised and self-paced content at the point of need. Some may choose to learn in the evenings, at the weekend or on the way to or from work. Make sure learning content works on the right devices, accessible at the right time.
It's faster to deliver
A key advantage of elearning is how quick it is to create and deliver over traditional classroom-based instruction - and keep up to date. When it comes to delivery, elearning doesn't take as long to start and wrap up as a session, no travel time is needed to get to and from training events, and lastly, learners can set their own pace and skip what they already know.
It's a numbers thing
Because of the speed and ease of delivering elearning, costs are drastically reduced - in fact we are talking up to 60% reduction in training time alone. We're also talking savings in terms of trainers, course materials, travel and accommodation. And you can get content out when it's needed, not after the fact.
Our clients have seen first hand that learners like elearning if it's done well. Good digital learning content can help people retain information for longer and apply knowledge on the job. And it's easy to measure - use xAPI to connect all of your learning experiences together so you can mine the data.
It's better for the environment
Digital learning is an effective way to significantly reduce energy usage and your carbon footprint by 90% and 85%, respectively. It cuts down on travel, eliminates the need for paper, and reduces the resources needed to maintain a facility, accommodation and equipment.
It's sustainable for growth
As a business grows or more learning needs are identified, elearning can scale right alongside your L&D and business strategy. You won't be limited by capacity or location, and best of all, you'll ensure all your learners get a consistent learning experience that's always to the highest quality.
Kineo success story
BurgerFuel saw a 25% increase in thickshake sales with a new onboarding strategy
A new gamified approach identified which applicants had the most potential and which had training needs before they were hired.