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Are employees making the most of online learning opportunities?

Time spent online has doubled over the last decade, sparking a growing appetite for online L&D. In a fast-paced digital environment, is it time for HR to optimise the most accessible learning platform? Download our report to learn about L&D's biggest challenges.

Time spent online has doubled over the last decade, sparking a growing appetite for online L&D opportunities.

78% of HR professionals would like to see more online L&D options available, yet most organisations carry out three-quarters of their learning offline*. Face-to-face learning remains important, but experts believe that online methods must be an integral part of a new, modern L&D model.

In a fast-paced, digital environment constantly creating skill gaps, is it time for HR to optimise the most accessible learning platform available?

Download the report to learn: 

  • Current L&D priorities
  • Why is HR reluctant to conduct L&D online?
  • Top tips to make learning online engaging and effective
  • Why self-directed online learning is the future of L&D

*According to a survey we conducted in partnership with Ashridge Executive Education in January 2016. 

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