We wanted a vision on online learning. What do we want to do with it? Will it overshadow our classroom courses? What can we even produce in an online environment? (also take a look at our learning center)
We’d discussed the possibilities of improving the combination of our online and offline courses once before. Studies show both online and offline learning have an important place in the world of training and education. Both are optional, either separate or as a combination of the two.
We began to investigate how we could improve our online courses since we had the most to gain in this area. We came a long way; nowadays, we even have one or several tutors to assist participants in our online programs.
You can even see a shift in the preferred choice of our students. Five years ago, the classroom courses were most popular but, nowadays, the majority of our students choose an online course. Nearly 91% of our sign-ups are for our online programs.
Employers also increasingly value our online learning environments. It’s flexible, constantly accessible and available everywhere. Our evaluations also demonstrate this.