“Add effective e-learning to your development programs. Proven instructional design methodology and advanced web technology provide effective knowledge transfer for learners. Our growing series of industry-validated online libraries cover topics across the value chain.”

Advantages of E-learning

  • Can be accessed at any time. (Operators, for example, have ‘down time’ on shift when they can study assigned modules.)
  • Can be studied at the pace of the learner and repeated until learner is confident
  • ‘Non-threatening’ in that no pressure from an instructor or time constraint of a lesson.
  • Can have embedded self-testing
  • Can be inter-active and so more engaging

Disadvantages of E-learning

  • Ensuring that learner is using the material in an effective way
  • Unable to ask clarification questions
  • Lacks the expert input from instructor or the engagement and interest generated by a good instructor
  • Can be expensive and hard to keep up to date

E-learning Decision Process

For most implementations, the recommended UETMT solution for is Simple – Advanced:

  • Standardized content (presentation and quality) across client using simple sustainable templates
  • E-learning modules easy to convert to instructor-led lesson
  • Time: Subject to resources, short development time
  • Cost: Lowest cost for consultant support
More Benefits
  • No additional software needed
  • Reduced client SME time through simple templates and support by client L&D and consultant team.
  • Easy to deploy and sustain
  • Can be enhanced in future to Complex e-learning if required

UETMT can work with clients to develop and implement any of the 4 styles of e-learning.