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Lines of work that depend on encyclopedic knowledge can be helped by eLearning

By January 30th, 2012No Comments

Regular training isn't always necessary in some professions. For example, a history teacher will very likely find that there are very few updates to his curriculum, even over the course of a 40-year career because the majority of history doesn't change. However, it's often the case that employees need to adjust their knowledge to meet certain customer and employer expectations.

For example, appliance repair professionals would be quickly out of work if they weren't willing to learn about advances in their field or new products being released. Consequently, a solution that allows for frequent knowledge updates needs to be in place (either for independent contractors or long-term staff members) so that new techniques can be frequently applied.

Thankfully, custom training software is an investment that will yield these necessary results. Besides being affordable solutions that keep workers up-to-date, they can be made contemporary with very little effort. The smallest changes to the design of a machine from one year to the next are easily integrated into existing programs, offering familiar patterns that contain the new information that must be absorbed by competent employees.

Contact Christy Beiermann at or 1.309.263.7595 and ask for an eLearning demo today!