eLearning Strategies


We optimise the investment in this training method through significant personalisation of the learning experience, which match the demographics, skills level and time constraint of the learner.

As universities became increasingly conscious of the potential of online technologies and of related demands on staff time and central resources, more and more universities moved to develop institutional strategies for the deployment of e-learning. The process of converting your ILT collateral to online is certainly more than converting a PowerPoint deck to an online format. You need to plan for several aspects to ensure a successful conversion of your ILT to online training.

Here at DFZ we have, we understand what is needed to complete a successful conversion.


What Are The Benefits That You Will Accrue As You Convert Instructor-Led Training To eLearning Or mLearning?

Benefits For Businesses

  1. Savings in cost.
    This is probably the biggest factor that triggers conversion is in cost savings reasons
  2. Scalability.
    Being able to reach out to your entire audience in one go. This scalability also brings in higher efficiencies in expansion out as well as managing these training programs.
  3. Leverage new and emerging trends.
    Can double the impact by embracing approaches that resonate with learners and contribute significantly to ROI. These include mLearning with flexibility of responsive designs that support multi-device delivery as well as strategies like microlearning, gamification, Story-based learning, scenario-based learning, etc..
  4. Higher training efficiency.
    Can help increase their training efficiency. IBM’s switch to eLearning helped their employees learn five times more the material they would otherwise learn in the same time in a standard training session.


Benefits For Learners

  1. Shorter seat time.
    The average seat time of an online program will be less than half (or one-third) of the ILT program. The learner can achieve the same learning outcomes in much lesser time.
  2. Providing control to the learner.
    Learner-centric and provides the control to the learners, enabling them to go through the training at their own pace. Leaners can access to this training to refer to or refresh when required.
  3. Providing flexibility to the learner.
    eLearning provides anytime, anywhere access to training. Additionally, it provides a choice to learners as they can select the device on which they want to learn.