Derek Stockley provides information about e-learning, including links to free online training products.
E-learning Introduction and Examples
The Internet has provided many more opportunities for education and training, and one of those is e-learning which has emerged as a tool for personal and business development.
My first e-learning product is what I call an e-journey. It's free, and if you would like to try it, go to: Web Design and Construction. This is a detailed e-journey about designing (or redesigning) and building web pages or websites.
On the other hand, another approach can be a simple listing of relevant and worthwhile sites. An example is : Interesting "leadership" sites.
In between these two examples is a hybrid - some information - some interesting links - see : Top 50 Management Gurus (Business Intellectuals).
The above tutorials, plus links to others, are listed at: Free Online Training and E-learning - a comprehensive list of free examples/tutorials on a variety of business and learning subjects.
The above e-learning products could be used in a blended learning program, which is e-learning combined with more traditional forms of training such as "class room" training.
A significant advantage of a blended program is the ability to cater for individual needs. An individual could receive additional information and training through extra e-learning programs whilst still attending class room training with other students. See Training Needs Analysis for an explanation of catering for individual needs.
E-learning Consulting Assistance
I hope you enjoy your e-learning travels.
If you are interested in a basic e-learning or blended program, or you require general consulting assistance, telephone or write to Derek Stockley at Derek Stockley Contact Details
The broader topic of training is discussed in detail in: Derek Stockley's Training (Human Resources Development) Links.
For more information about Derek Stockley's consulting services, select: Consulting Services - Derek Stockley