On line training is not new; up to 2019 the main theme of the debate was "better in the classroom" or "better on line", a diatribe in which, in addition to the core of the question (the "quality" of training), there were important factors such as the low computer literacy of many workers, '' accessibility to IT tools, the legal validity of the certificates.
With the pandemic, the context has suddenly changed: the inability to deliver courses in the classroom or severe limitations, ban on meetings and gatherings, smart working and teleworking have forced a leap forward in the digitization of users, in the capacity of connections, in the usability of platforms online and, last but not least, they have changed citizens' approach to the digital tool.
It will certainly be possible (we are sure) to return to classroom training, and we will be happy to do so. But it would be a shame not to examine, and where appropriate to seize, the new opportunities.
The tools for online training allow you to completely rethink the structure, contents and methods of providing training (compulsory or not), creating unique, new and very low-cost opportunities, important elements especially for small and medium-sized enterprises that do not have the tools. of multinationals;
As this is a highly personalized service, it is not possible to indicate fixed costs. To give an idea, the costs of planning and implementing a course usually range from zero to a few thousand euros; to these must be added the costs of the single account (ie the cost per single worker) ranging from 5 to 30 euros per person.
However, we reiterate that the figures indicated above are indicative, and that we will be happy to provide you with a personalized quote without obligation.