December 25, 2009, Newsletter Issue #65: Offering Web Based Training

Tip of the Week

If you are thinking about offering a Web based training program through your company, there are a few things to consider on the front end. It doesn't matter if you are trying to set up a Web design training program or a simple tutorial, you'll need to know what the requirements will be for your computer system before you get started.

One of the potential issues with a Web based training program is bandwidth limitations. You'll need to think about things such as what type of load your system can handle in terms of usage and make sure your server can handle the traffic. In addition, if the training will be heavily picture or video based, it can result in slower load times and poor performance.

In addition, someone must be responsible for coordinating the training. This person will need to take the time to provide information to employees as to how to sign on, as well as troubleshoot and answer questions along the way.

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