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Corporate eLearning Voice Over

Corporate eLearning voice over has become a mainstay in the industry largely in part because of how effective it is. But to have effective corporate eLearning course modules, you need an effective corporate eLearning voice over. Look no further for a corporate voice, as I've voiced hundreds of corporate voices over eLearning modules and have a knack for taking dense material and making it interesting. 

Corporate eLearning's main challenge is to keep the listener engaged and interested in the material, and as a voice over, tone, pitch, and how you stress words become extremely important. My main strategy in corporate eLearning voice over is to NEVER come across as monotone and talk as if you're talking to a friend about a serious topic. 

Why Is Online Training Specifically Beneficial For Corporate Training?

According to Training Magazine, "Verizon uses online training for knowledge-based courses where it can deliver consistent information, broadly (global, large nationwide groups), at the end user's pace." They go on to say, "As more and more training departments continue to do more with less, and new generations of workers clamor for Just-In-Time training on their devices, companies increasingly are converting classroom courses to eLearning—or least implementing a blended approach."

Still not convinced that eLearning is right for your business? There are additional benefits that you should consider. Read on to learn 8 more ways that eLearning is beneficial and more effective than outdated classroom training for your employees:

  1. eLearning allows businesses to educate a geographically diverse staff using learning modules. This is important today with so many companies employing a remote workforce.

  2. On-demand online training is offered through cloud-based software. A company can deliver the training when it's convenient for them and their employees. They can also provide it in sections instead of all at once.

  3. Not only is eLearning readily available anytime and from anywhere an employee has online access, but it's also often more affordable for companies than in-person training. McDonald's found that “One of the clearest benefits was the time that franchises were spending educating new employees on McDonald’s brand standards…they were able to reduce onboarding time by 66%… which translated to real dollars saved by the franchise owner that could be reinvested to buy tablets for the stores.”

  4. Online training is less costly than arranging for standard in-person training. You won't need to reserve office space, pay for employees to travel to the training location or have to cover expenses for hotel stays and meals.

  5. Online training can be delivered and deployed quickly. Your employees will be able to acquire new skills and information almost immediately. You won't have to rely on printed materials that must be developed, published and distributed across your business. Users simply upload the eLearning modules and can get the information right away.

  6. Employees can use eLearning to help achieve their professional goals. They can choose from courses that they need to excel at their particular job.

  7. Online training will boost your employees’ productivity. When they are better trained and have the knowledge they need about your services or products, they'll be more efficient. According to Forbes, “Every dollar invested in online training results in a $30 increase in productivity. Companies that use eLearning technology achieve an 18% boost in employee engagement.”

  8. eLearning can help to reduce employee turnover. Forbes goes on to say that 40% of employees who receive poor job training leave their positions within the first year. When you invest in online training for your employees, they'll be more likely to stay with your company. You'll be furthering their professional skills and goals. They'll appreciate that you value them enough to provide the training they need to grow in their line of work.

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