The Case for Online Safety Training
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When evaluating online training, it’s important to look at the different types of training workers need and determine the best blend of classroom and online training for your workforce.
Online training in the workplace has grown tremendously over the past two decades. While much of the recent growth has come from the rise in remote work, online training also offers benefits to workers who interact daily with machinery and equipment.
In this white paper, you'll learn key items to evaluate, such as:
- Classroom training costs can add up, even if you have internal experts and don’t have to bring in subject matter experts (SMEs) or send your workers to off-site training facilities.
- Online safety training can be delivered in less time than classroom training. It can also be broken up into chunks which means less disruption and getting workers back on the job quicker.
- Serious worker injuries and fatalities are far more expensive than any online safety training investment.
- The efficiency of online training is where value is realized for many organizations. It’s simply a faster way to train the workforce.
Many benefits of online learning are found in training created by experts, not just SMEs. Instructional designers who are experts in learning design and educational technology bring a new level of expertise and professionalism to your training program. If you are considering adding online training to your current employee training program, remember that quality does matter – especially for the adult learner.