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CLASSROOM VS eLEARNING

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Do you have any statistics that would relate to a time-line ratio of development to delivery of classroom training vs online training?

I work for a very large air freight corporation in Memphis, TN and have been asked to research this.

I would greatly appreciate any info you might be able to provide or perhaps point me in the right direction. Thanks!
Marilyn Franke

3 Responses

  1. CLASSROOM VS eLEARNING
    Hi Marilyn,

    The benchmark I use is generally 10 hours development, for one hour of traditional classroom training. I have been quoted 120 hours development time for one hour of software development for CBT systems. As for e learning, perhaps you could check out:

    http://www.mentergy.com/products/authoring_design/

    Their site may be able to assist you.

    Regards,

    Clive

  2. Development Heuristics
    Hi Marilyn,

    I have some detailed information I could let you have. Please send me your e-mails address and I will forward it to you.

    Regards,

    Gary
    [email protected]
    +44 788 079 0815

  3. eLEARNING development
    In our experience e-learning material takes four to five times as long to design initially, but once designed it is then far easier to develop large amounts of material and (obviously) to update the material.

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