Adam Stewart | 4 May 2016
In an earlier blog we discussed the Top 10 Benefits of online e-learning courses.
Whilst many of us realise there are benefits to online learning, some are hesitant as to whether you can get the same quality training as you would in a traditional instructor led classroom environment. Another question may spring to mind – will online courses really keep me motivated to learn?
You may have reservations, but our new Online ITIL Academy is expertly written and delivered to ensure you get the same top-quality learning experience as a classroom course. We’ve brought over 30 years of expertise in classroom learning into the digital world. Videos, slides, knowledge checks and interactive activities keeps you engaged and ensures learning is embedded. Courses are broken down into bite size modules, so it’s easy to do when you have a break, or work through an entire topic when there is more time.
For the learner, it offers a channel that is on demand and accessible from all locations, providing bite sized and self-paced learning which will fit in and around a busy schedule where time out of the office can be difficult to create.
In addition, our ITIL online courses are fully accredited by the BCS on behalf of Axelos so you can get certified while doing your day job. All modules are offered with an associated online exam, helping you achieve fully accredited ITIL certifications which can translate into better performance and an improvement in job prospects.
For a business it is a cost effective way to access accredited training. It is easy to deploy and provides a true global solution where there is a requirement to engage with multiple learners across different time zones. From a learning and development perspective, you can track and report on your people's learning journey. Online dashboards and reports make it easy for managers to keep an eye on how things are going. For bespoke programmes we can also create blended solutions that include virtual classrooms with live instructors to give you more choice in how you learn. This could include webinars with tutors, specific organisational context in the course materials and a blend of online with other learning mediums for large scale programs.
At QA we offer a variety of learning options, including traditional classroom-led learning, Attend from Anywhere, virtual learning, e-learning and video learning. This flexibility can help individuals in their learning journey. Find out more about our online training courses including our new Online ITIL academy.