5 Best Tactics for Successful Custom Elearning Development


No doubt, eLearning is an impactful learning tool that bridges the learning gap. That is why 70% to 80% of organizations worldwide count on eLearning solutions. However, has any company thought about what makes it so popular and impactful? Well, it is custom eLearning courses that meet the learning requirement of different clients and their learning groups.
Almost 72% of organizations believe that custom courses help them in gaining a competitive edge. This is why market experts predict its market share around $50 billion by 2026. Now, development and start training session is one side of the story, but how will your company determine its success rate? Here are a few strategies to follow.
Successful Strategies to Make Custom Elearning Development Productive
A blueprint is crucial to make any training program successful, and custom courses are not an exception. Why not follow these strategies to make them successful?

  1. Start with the training analyze
    It is a fact that 77% of companies use eLearning solutions in their training programs. But the sad part is 40% of them do not analyze or ponder over the learning strategies. It means they do not have a proper blueprint for coping up with the different learning objectives. Before starting the learning curriculum, it is better to analyze:
    What kind of interactive solutions are required?
    What is the expected learning outcome?
    According to studies and researchers, the success rate of custom online learning courses is 80%. If your company’s online learning module yields the same rate of the outcome, fair enough! Or else, re-analyze the training requirements from scratch.
  2. What would be the delivery style?
    Web-based training (WBT), Video, ILT (Instructor-Led Training), or LMS, what will be your company’s online learning delivery? According to one 2014 report, 44% of organizations are interested in investing in WBT training, 41% are ready to invest in the LMS, and 33% of organizations aim to invest in classroom learning for ILT sessions.
    Thus, it is important for your company to determine which delivery style suits your business. Amid this pandemic crisis, 79% of organizations leveraged LMS for their regular learning programs. However, designing custom online learning courses sometimes turn to be a daunting task for clients. Thus, they outsource eLearning solutions providers delivering compelling custom eLearning services. These service providers deliver a customized range of solutions that meets the learning requirement of clients worldwide.
  3. Develop a learning community
    There is a huge lack of in-house professional trainers that every companies obliged to struggle. Thus, outsourcing SMEs (Subject Matter Experts) is the last option that clients have to bridge this requirement gap. Also, their expertise and valuable insights allow clients to make relevant modifications to the module.
    Collaborating with them will reduce other sorts of overhead expenses like rework and other expensive training infrastructure. SMEs have years of experience in providing valuable learning solutions to their trusted business clients. Therefore, including their experience in the learning community will elevate the learning experience.
  4. Keep short an concise
    One research shows, learning community read 200 to 250 words per minute. So, if your company plans to develop a custom eLearning module with more word limits than this range, it may not give the desired learning outcome. That is why keep the content short, engaging and interactive to make the ideal eLearning course.
    One of the best examples is mobile eLearning. Clients can convey the same eLearning content with a higher knowledge retention rate of 80% through mobile eLearning. According to one market report, 77% of learners prefer microlearning modules that have short duration learning content. Not just that, even 94% of organizations prefer the same to impart quality learning to learners.
  5. Choose authoring tools for the Less L&D time
    On average, developing one eLearning training module takes 14 weeks per course. On the other hand, rapid authoring tools accomplish the same task within 3 to 4 hours. If we talk about WBT training modules, it takes 30% to 40% less time in compared to traditional courses. Also, these solutions are more efficient that conventional courses that makes the learning objectives of clients successful.
    Less time in L&D means more time to focus on other administrative tasks. Thus, if there is any learning gap occurred, use existing eLearning materials to fill them. Add URLs, snippets, or screenshots of existing courses into new modules.

In this manner, one company can determine the success rate of eLearning courses.

Published by acadecraft

The main goal of our organization is to deliver people with high-quality content development services, which include assessment development, copyediting, curriculum development, typesetting, localization, online tutoring, and AR & VR services.Achieving this goal was next to impossible without having teams of qualified and skilled subject matter experts (SMEs), content writers, copyeditors, alt-text writers, proofreaders, online tutors, instructional designers, localization professionals, and assessment development experts.

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