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Instructor-Led Training And eLearning: Part II Which technology for which learning delivery? This is part two of our three-part series - Technology-enabled learning, more than e-learning. Check out the first part: What does technology-enabled Instructor-Led Training management look like? ILT and e-learning have different strengths and challenges: ILT’s main strength is its effectiveness (56% of organizations find ILT very effective, against 21% for eLearning, according to Brandon Hall Group), and its main weakness is lower cost-efficiency. eLearning’s main strength is its low cost and flexibility, and its main challenge is delivering engaging, effective training. Considering these radically FEATURE different challenges, it isn’t surprising that the technologies to address them should be quite different. While it’s ok for the casual viewer to confuse the training resource management system (TRMS) and the learning management system (LMS), the mix-up can be pretty unforgiving if you end up purchasing one mistaking it for the other. Before we drill down on the details, let’s get the definition out of the way: • A training resource management system is a software that helps By Stephan Pineau 20 Submit your Articles Training and Development Excellence Essentials presented by HR.com | 04.2017


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