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Three Components of a Successful eLearning Program
Learning Management System (LMS)
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Training is costly
Wasting time is even more costly!
*A food and beverage department, annually hiring 135 employees, reduces in-person training by 3 hours on Orientation Day and saves $9,000 annually. References available on request.
A cost-benefit analysis is a tool businesses can use to evaluate the costs and benefits of implementing an LMS (learning management system). When conducting a cost-benefit analysis of an eLearning program, it’s essential to consider both the upfront costs and ongoing costs and the potential cost benefit that the LMS may provide.
- Access to training courses – included
- LMS license or subscription fees – included
- Admin and deployment costs – included
- Ongoing Support – included
- Programming and creating new training plans – included
- Customization and development costs – NOT included
Company Cost Savings may include:
- Improved training efficiency and effectiveness
- Reduced training costs in employee wages*
- Improved tracking and reporting on training activities for Admins/HR
- Improved compliance with regulatory requirements for government inspections, liability exposures, incident defence and HR management
- Improved employee retention and engagement
To conduct a cost-benefit analysis, compare the cost of implementing and maintaining an eLearning program to its potential benefits. This comparison will help determine if the potential benefits justify the costs of an eLearning program.
*Use a 1:4 ratio to determine savings in employee wages. For example, one hour of online training is equivalent to four hours of in-person training, therefore saving three wage hours per employee.
There is a better way
Using an online training system empowers employees to better serve your customers.