The Achiever Newsletter
E-Training and Your Future
Computer-Based Training (CBT) is a form of electronic training that is attracting significant attention as an effective delivery method. The CD (compact disc) and the Internet have made CBT more viable for companies to deliver education and training to their employees and customers.
While instructor-led training is the primary source of training for organizations, CBT and WBT (Web-Based Training) are increasingly being used to meet the growing need for training so that companies can remain competitive. By 2001, digital teaching is expected to account for approximately one-third of all money spent on information technology education, according to PC World. Instructor-led training will have an annual growth rate of 7.3 percent. Digital teaching (which includes CBT and WBT) will have an annual growth rate of 29.9 percent.
The AchieveMax® team is providing instructional design consulting and authoring services for CBT/WBT to clients, such as C.U. Processing, Inc. Jeff and Melanie are using Designer's Edge and Quest authoring software to develop lessons which can be distributed via CD and/or via the Internet using the client's website. Quest, an Allen Communication software product, was named the best authoring tool for the second year in a row by the 1999 CBT Report.
Jeff is a national award winner for designing a multimedia career development software program.
If your organization is considering using computer technology to deliver training to your employees and your customers, please call us at 800-886-2MAX. E-training can be a part of your future and keep your organization competitive.
Publication Date: Spring 1999
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