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For the 11th year in a row New Horizons Computer Learning Centers has been named a Top 20 IT Training Company by TrainingIndustry.com. Training Industry is the leading research and information resource for corporate learning leaders. They prepare the Training Industry Top 20 and Training Industry Watch List reports on critical sectors of the training marketplace to better inform professionals about the best and most innovative providers of training services and technologies. New Horizons is proud to once again be recognized as a Top 20 IT Training Company by Training Industry.
8 Reasons Businesses Embrace Microlearning
Today, unfortunately, many employees have less and less time to dedicate to learning and professional development, which is why the way in which businesses deliver training to their employees must change and/or adapt. According to research gathered by Deloitte: “The average employee only has time to devote 1% of their work week to professional development. That means only 24 minutes a week or 4.8 minutes a day can be allotted for training in a normal 40-hour work week.” Perhaps this is why so many businesses are embracing microlearning as their preferred method of training.
Which Microsoft Learning Method Should I Choose?
Microsoft is one of the leading names in technology and works hard to provide products to further businesses and everyday life. New Horizons is a Microsoft Gold Learning Partner, meaning there are many options to get Microsoft training and certifications through various courses. Traditional Instructor Led classes are available, but many additional learning modalities are offered to give a more accommodating way to get the training needed.
Here is a look at four distinct Microsoft learning methods for end users, as well as for IT professionals. We will leave it up to you as to decide which is the best option for you and the needs of your business.
The Rise of On-Demand Learning
Over the past several years, on-demand learning solutions have not only evolved but have also witnessed incredible changes in the way they are adopted. According to The Top eLearning Statistics And Facts For 2015 You Need To Know, nearly 42% of global Fortune 500 companies apply some kind of technology to help provide employees with more organized learning sessions, and it is expected that the figure will rise steadily in future.