The e-learning revolution is making its mark on the shape of trainingdepartments with trainers having to learn new skills and rethink how to offerthe best range of formats to employees. This is one of the key findings of Corporate E-Learning: Realising thePotential, the fourth annual e-learning survey undertaken by Xebec McGraw-Hilland Training Magazine. Specialists will need to be able to integrate on- and offline trainingactivities. When asked what skills will become more important to enable the potential ofe-learning to be maximised in an organisation, 42 per cent of respondentsindicated that integration will be key. And 34 per cent believe coaching andmentoring will be a top skill required for training specialists. Other direct actions affecting the learning experience are given asimportant skills – these include facilitation and building online curricula,which were picked out by 26 per cent of respondents in each category. But trainers do have concerns, specifically over the difficulty of findingsuitable suppliers and increased technical knowledge and over the decreasedimportance of the personal elements of their role, with 39 per cent indicatingthis as a concern. And our survey saysOn 1 Oct 2001 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos.