Re: QUESTION: CBT v. Training

Subject: Re: QUESTION: CBT v. Training
From: Jon Leer <jleer -at- LTC -dot- MV -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 17 Mar 1998 08:45:17 -0500

It depends on what the company and your customers expect. If your customers
are more comfortable with a group thing - get everybody trained all at once
in the shortest amount of time - with the benefit of socialization, then a
greater benefit rests with the live trainer. Also, the company may feel
that the socialization after the sale is beneficial to future business.

A CBT course would certainly present consistent training at a lower cost.
However, "live" training may be a big revenue generator for your company.

I would guess that the ideal situation would be to present live training
for the socialization and post-sale benefit plus the revenue generation and
add supplemental courses CBT-based.

Jon Leer



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> From: ELISSA LYNN BEBEE <elb600z -at- MAIL -dot- ODU -dot- EDU>
> To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
> Subject: QUESTION: CBT v. Training
> Date: Monday, March 16, 1998 6:05 PM
>
> My department has recently taken a major hit as far as our trainers are
> concerned. The company believes that we can replace the trainers with
well
> written and intuitively developed CBTs. I tend to agree with my company
> that CBTs offer more than a trainer because they can present the same
> material as a trainer would but for much less money. What are some
> thoughts out there on Computer Based Training versus training in the
> flesh. Are we just fooling ourselves or is CBT the next wave of effective
> information transmission.
>
> E
>
>
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