What Makes an eLearning Course “Good”?
RMC offers many ways to learn new skills, and one that we’re particularly proud of is our suite of eLearning courses.
Interactive eLearning courses are hugely popular because so many people lead busy lives that make it difficult to get to a classroom or take an online course that’s offered live on a set schedule. Also, many people don’t have the funding available to travel to classes or leave work in order to attend class. Put simply, a lot of learners today need flexibility so they can study around their schedule, and they need to absorb new concepts in short amounts of time.
Basically, when you enroll in the right eLearning course, you can study the material that you need to advance your career, but you can do it from the comfort of home and at your own pace. Yet, despite their many benefits, not all eLearning courses are created equal. So, what makes an eLearning course worth your time and money?
Bring Rita’s Knowledge To Your Organization Our Training Partner Program is designed for those who want to teach an exam preparation course using our world-class materials. Rita “wrote the book” on PMP® exam preparation and her approach and philosophy are evident today in all our study materials! Whether you offer exam prep as a once-a-week course, as a boot camp, or as anything in between, our Training Partner Program can work for you. And you can be assured of accurate, up-to-date materials despite exam content changes. Choose one or all our Training Partner Programs PMP® Exam Prep PMI-ACP® Exam Prep PMI-PBA® Exam Prep CAPM® Exam Prep Whether you’re looking to enhance your current training or just getting started with exam prep training, our Training Partner Program can help you reach your goals very quickly! Plus, as a Training Partner you have the freedom to share your knowledge and expertise with…
It seems that certifications are under attack. In the past several months I’ve heard that corporations are no longer interested in having their employees obtain any certifications. This rant is not limited to the PMP®. Indeed, it is said that companies are now solely interested in skills training. On one level this makes sense. Why should a company care whether their employees are certified project managers, business analysts or Scrum Masters so long as they are able to perform those functions? What good are certifications, anyway?