Frequently Asked Questions

1.

What is the main concept of e-learning?

E-Learning is defined as “electronically enabled learning”. It is carried out on the Internet, where learning materials are available at any time and any place via desktop, laptop, tablet or phone. E-Learning allows employees the freedom, flexibility and independence to learn at their own pace. 

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What are 3 advantages of e-learning?

 

Flexibility: Whether you log on while commuting, at work or during your free time- the learning material can be easily made part of your daily routine.

 

Availability: Without physical limitations, anyone with Internet access can simultaneously access learning opportunities. 

 

Low cost: Since e-learning usually allows more course participants at the same time, it is often less expensive than conventional learning offerings. 

3.

How can Bleuprint benefit my business?

We build your training for you to ensure that it aligns with your company's goals for retention, engagement and productivity. Bleuprint's mission is to help you solve the challenge of employee retention. Employees appreciate employers who invest in their careers. Bleuprint offers custom e-learning development solutions that reflect your company culture and build brand awareness through engaging e-learning content development. Bleuprint's solutions offer convenience, flexibility, reliability, and scalability to your corporate training program. 

4.

What does an e-learning developer do?

The e-learning developer is responsible for making sure the course design, delivery, user interface and learner interaction serve the content learning goals and the audience learning style and pace. In addition, the developer ensures all components of an e-learning course are engaging and can be delivered seamlessly.

5.

How do you develop an e-learning course?

Your e-learning developer consults with your business directly to establish the why of your e-learning project and gather all relevant information related to the training topic. Your developer will define the visual look and feel of the project to begin developing the course materials. Once the visual is complete your developer will assemble into one cohesive online course. 

6. 

How does e-learning lead to better employee retention?

Online training boosts employee retention by giving employees an equal chance to enhance their skills and competencies. Training existing employees is not only significantly cheaper than hiring new ones but reinforcing employee skills also improves their performance and enables them to take on new responsibilities.

With a clear path to success ahead of them, employees become more engaged and focused on advancing their careers within the company.

7.

What is an LMS and how does it work?

​Learning Management System, also known as an LMS is used to support learning by providing a space where materials can be stored and organised, assessments can be given, and students and teachers can interact.

8.

What does an LMS do exactly?

​Often called an LMS for short, a learning management system is a software application that provides the framework that handles all aspects of the learning process – it's where you house, deliver, and track your training content.

9.

Why is design important in a presentation?

The design in presentations is instrumental in enhancing the story and facilitating the understanding of the message to arouse reactions in the audience.