In the rapidly-growing technological world, running on par with the advanced market trends and competitors, organisations are keen on strengthening their L&D (Learning and Development) wing as it caters to the training and development needs.

Apart from providing training to the workforce, the primary roles of L&D include: identifying the learning gaps, planning and developing learning solutions, and evaluating learning through different assessment methods. To put it precise, L&D plays a major role in ensuring that the organisation has the updated skilled talent needed for its overall growth.

More than in any other domain, supply chain management requires constant update of competent skills. Better than the traditional, formal, classroom training sessions in supply chain management, online learning provides a far better learning experience through its eLearning solutions. We will now see how eLearning development solves some major L&D challenges in supply chain management.

1. Need based customised training material:
The training content can be made once-for-all with intermittent updates taking place. The training material can also be modified according to the emerging needs. Moreover, in traditional classroom training sessions, the facilitators play an important role as they prepare notes, provide explanations and conduct the sessions. When we use eLearning solutions for the training purpose, the need of the facilitator can be minimised to a greater extent. Without depending on the facilitators at large, the training sessions can be conducted in the mode of eLearning modules.

2. Turns complex subject matter into interactive learning engagement:
Even a dry and dull subject can be turned into an engaging and interactive learning session – thanks to the collaborative effort of the instructional designers and content developers. As the supply chain management concepts need a lot of explanation, the subject matter is easily and elaborately explained in an innovative and creative way, with illustrative case studies, appropriate animations and interactive examples through eLearning.

3. Pause and play – for better learning:
This is one of the best advantages in eLearning compared to the traditional classroom sessions. It is evident that not all learners learn things at the same ideal pace. ELearning training sessions cater to the slow learners, who can re-visit the course at their convenience – multiple times – and learn things on their own pace and get hold of the subject. This ensures that all the trained employees will get the benefits of the training sessions.

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