enterprise training

In recent years, the definition of enterprise training has evolved. While once most enterprises limited their training to employees, partners, and shareholders, the trend of adding customers to the list has gained a lot of traction in recent years.

However, that’s not the only change that the enterprise training landscape has gone through. Another major change that is visible today is the shift from the traditional learning approach to an eLearning approach. 

The acceptance (and importance) of this change is all the more apparent in these grave times of a global pandemic. As working and learning from home has evolved from an option to being a necessity, the eLearning industry is attracting a lot of new adopters.

While there are a ton of advantages of switching to elearning technology, making the switch can turn out to be a daunting process. Moreover, even if you have successfully made the switch, there are chances you’re not seeing the results you expected.

If that is the case, you’ve come to the right place. Let’s look at a few ways you can improve the effectiveness of your online enterprise training:

Choose A Robust Learning Management System

When it comes to online training, a learning management system (LMS) is the link that holds everything together. While traditionally LMS were simply meant to deliver the course content to the learners, they have come a long way.

Modern LMS offer a complete end-to-end training solution, including the ability to author courses, collaborate to edit them, and finally, publish them on the same platform. Apart from these, the best learning management systems also enable learning administrators to add interactivities and multimedia to their course content, elements that have proven positive effects on retention.

Market leading LMS like Litmos and TalentLMS also offer some great tracking features as well. TalentLMS reviews also talk about it’s incredibly intuitive user interface.

There are many LMS on the market that offer these features. However, not all of them offer the same level of utility and support. For this reason, it is best to test out a number of LMS before making a purchase.

Communicate Learning Objectives And Their Benefits

Enterprise training deals with a number of different types of learners, and in turn, different mindsets. From excited customers that understand training will help them make the most of their purchase to vendors that are taking the training for the sake of their business, the mindset of a learner can make or break the effectiveness of your training efforts.

The problem lies with the learners that find your training as a compulsory check in the box that they have to tick off. In most cases, such a mindset is the result of lack of understanding of the benefits a training can drive for them.

So obviously, the best way to alleviate this problem and get your learners excited about the benefits they will get from your training. To achieve this, it is important to effectively and clearly communicate the learning objectives of your training, along with explaining how the training will be a part of their success.

Add The Human Touch

With more than half the world population confined to their homes, applying the principles of a blended learning model that combines in-class experiences with online courses has become impossible.

However, this doesn’t mean that your training cannot involve instructor-led sessions. Simply tell your instructors to come in front of a camera and hold a live online session!

The session can further be recorded and kept online in a space where your learners can access it later.

This way, your learners will not be limited to self-paced learning experiences and will be able to learn and clear their doubts with an instructor in real time. Not to forget, a live online session will add an element of interactivity to your course curriculum as well.


Have you tried to optimise the results of your enterprise training efforts? What worked for you? Tell us (and everyone reading this article) about your experience in the comment section!

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