Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Select e-Learning That Is Pure, Safe and Effective

Selecting an online e-Learning course is really rather simple.
  1. Identify the course you really need. An Internet search is a great way to learn what is offered.
  2. If they boast about being the least expensive, remember that you get what you pay for. The best business advice I ever got from one of my accountants was, never purchase cheap.
  3. Compare the objectives of each course versus your requirements.
  4. Call the vendor and ask if there is a handout. If not, begin to wonder if the vendor is afraid that the lesson content may not be accurate and not stand up to a critical review.
  5. Ask to see a preview of the course. If they do not offer a free preview, question what they are hiding. Be concerned that you will be paying a lot of money to read a book on your computer screen.
Demand more!

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1 comment:

  1. That's a fun blog post title. No doubt this is a reference to 21 CFR 211: Pure, Safe, and Effective - this is a link to a course that reviews 21 CFR 211 with the reminder that all these rules help us produce a product that is pure, safe and effective. This online CBT training is a must for new employee orientation training at all levels of the organization.

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