4 Ways to Implement Your eLearning Courses More Efficiently

Learning never stops, even when you’ve been out of school for years. It often involves multiple reviews of the course material to understand the message, especially when grappling with complex concepts—think about how many tries it took to nail down a math concept! For this reason, learners need to comprehend the subject well enough to apply it in real-life settings and confidently explain it to other people.

That means learners must dedicate themselves to actively understanding the topic, so learning and development teams must tailor their courses and training to support this mindset. They must also account for learners of different comprehension, retention, and application levels, ensuring no one gets left behind. Here are four ways to implement your eLearning courses and help your learners make the most of them:

1. Pace the Content

We live in an age where you can learn everything about anything through a simple search on Google, so you’ve probably collected a few fun facts along the way. However, that also means learners have been overwhelmed with information, which can hamper their intake concepts from your eLearning course. 

It’s also essential not to flood your learners with information, no matter how tempting it may be. Keep in mind that your learners have limited amounts of memory space and attention spans, so the more complex your course is, the less likely they’ll retain what they read. Less is more when creating eLearning course content, so avoid inundating your learners by pacing the information.

2. Opt for Blended Learning

Online learning has a ton of benefits, but you’ll want to employ blended learning for best results. Remember that you’ll be working with a group of learners with different needs, and teaching your course in person will help them catch up to their self-paced classmates and absorb the material better. 

To do this, figure out which parts of your course are complex and which ones are more easily digestible. Then, leave the tough topics for in-person learning, allowing learners to ask all their questions and clarify what they understand about the subject. You can leave assessments, workplace training, software training, and concepts that need extensive visualization toso your eLearning course.

3. Correct Mistakes and Reward Success

eLearning courses are meant to improve learners’ skills, help them work more efficiently, and boost their overall performance and productivity. It also helps learners get more noticed by employers, solve work-related issues, and unlock new skills that lead to better opportunities.

To encourage their progress, don’t forget to reward them, especially for taking the time to engage in your course and put effort into it. If the learners make unsuccessful attempts, be sure to correct them, which will put them back on track and make them feel more motivated to do well.

4. Gamify the Course

Some learners won’t see the point of your course until they’ve tried it out for themselves, but how do you get them to do this? By gamifying the training, of course! Not only will it pique their interest in the course, but it will also make them more motivated to win ‘points’ by dedicating themselves to learning the material. It also gives your learners a reason to enroll and view the course and activates their inner competitive spirit, encouraging them to do well.


Some people believe that learning or taking courses stops at school. However, acquiring new skills and picking up new information is a wonderful way to expand one’s knowledge and become a more competent employee. By practicing these tips, your learners will pick up your material faster, allowing you to train them more efficiently and achieve success for your business!

Bihasa is an online course development service in the Philippines that helps companies produce videos and design a system to arrange them into training material. As an e-learning course developer, we’ll take your content and turn them into digital courses, allowing your employees to refine or learn new skills at their own pace. Learn more about how we can help you by contacting us today!

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