The need to improve skills, meet regulatory requirements and manage training costs will result in e-Learning being used across the corporate spectrum. The ability to monitor and manage training performance will provide the corporate accountability to assess ROI.
The barriers for accessing e-Learning are limited only by the reach of telecom’s infrastructure. E-Learning has a global audience. The implication is that skill sets and standards will become more universal. Employers will be able to access a far greater range of human resources with ubiquitous qualifications.
The ability to provide simulated work environments is just beginning and will provide a whole new generation of e-Learning opportunities to the corporate environment. Skills can be developed, monitored and assessed before being used in the workplace.
Source: Global Industry Analysts, Fefaur, CrossKnowledeg, Ipsos, Bersin