E-learning: A matter of course
Pad Bray outlines what a good online training course should provide
Electronically delivered training and education for lawyers has experienced something of a re-birth as the potentials of web-enabled delivery are being realised. E-learning offers more effective and engaging, as well as less expensive, methods of training. The re-usability of content reduces the need for the repetition of live training events, enabling partners and senior associates to focus their time on delivering more specialised training and keeping up their chargeable hours.
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