The work from home necessity hasn’t just changed the way we interact with colleagues — it’s changed the way we learn and train too.
Not being in the classroom, face to face with a teacher has its drawbacks. But the ability to train in nearly anything from anywhere with access to a global team of specialists on data-driven platforms is seeing a continued interest in the benefits of e-learning which will last a lot longer than the pandemic. Platforms such as Udemy, Coursera, Lynda, Skillshare, Udacity serve millions of people. Even top tier universities are democratizing learning by making courses accessible online. A report published earlier this year suggests that the e-learning courses market size has the potential to grow by US$6 billion between 2020-2024.
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