E-Learning can be defined as a teaching-learning process which is carried out through the Internet. It is characterized by a physical separation between the teacher or instructor, and the student through which a continuous educational interaction takes place. Similarly, the student becomes the center of training while having to self-manage their learning.
Who implements it?
Educational institutions, training centers, companies with ongoing training programs, companies that apply process control systems such as ISO’s, companies that have a high level of rotation that need constant training to staff, as well as independent people who wish to share your knowledge with internet users.
To carry out the online training courses, you only need a computer, a cell phone or a tablet with Internet access. This facilitates the student's experience by being able to receive training in any place where they may be. This avoids the loss of time, money, effort in transfers while improving efficiency in their activities.
2. Cost reduction:
The cost of e-Learning services is cheaper than traditional training since it is a one-time investment. The workers, students or personnel to be trained do not have to travel to a physical location for training. The online courses are also active 24 hours which allows the students access to online courses outside of their normal schedule.
3. Monitoring and control:
One of the most important advantages of online training is obtaining metrics. This allows obtaining a report of activities, approved courses and qualifications so that those responsible for human capital can have control over the use of education by the students and staff. These same metrics can be attached to the quality management systems of each company or institution.
4. Tailored learning:
Everyone has different ways of learning therefore we must consider different teaching methods and forms of evaluation. As interactive multimedia courses, we have all the elements in place to optimize learning media, visual representation systems, auditory representation systems, and interactive representation systems. That is, we have simulated reactions of the elements in a space.