Specifically, why is this training important to them? How will it improve their performance? If possible, schedule some time to meet with the end users of the course. It’s always a good idea to get them involved in the course design so that courses meet their real needs. When implementing a course, pay particular attention to:
- How tech-savvy are participants?
- Are they experienced e-learners?
- Where are participants? In what environment are they receiving the e-learning?
- Have they collaborated in the organization’s decision to implement e-learning?
These questions must be answered on a case-by-case basis. However, common to all participants engaged in e-learning are considerations of access to technologies and receptiveness to e-learning instruction. So long as those two elements are in place, a well-designed e-learning program can be delivered to any audience.