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The rise of anytime, anywhere learning

With 78% of adults in the UK now owning a smartphone*1, there’s a growing demand for learning that can be consumed on a mobile device.

What are the benefits of mobile learning?

Mobile learning will help you:

  • Keep your team’s productivity high since they don’t need time away for training
  • Improve efficiency, since knowledge/skills acquired can be used straight away

And your people will be able to:

  • Participate in learning regardless of their location
  • Learn at the time that best suits them and their workload, even if during their commute

In fact, 90% of organisations have plans to utilise mobile learning*2 because of these benefits. Are you one of them?

Will my content work on mobile devices?

Yes. Although you may need to make a few changes to the presentation of your content so that it works on smaller screens and suits learning on the move. We can help you work out whether your content is mobile-ready and highlight any changes that would be worthwhile.

Does your LMS support mobile learning?

If you’re thinking, ‘But my LMS doesn’t do this’, you’re not alone. Nearly half of organisations are actively planning to replace their platform*3 with 66% considering changing LMS to support mobile learning.

Using a mobile-enabled LMS, such as eNetLearn, gives your learners’ flexibility in where and when they learn. eNetLearn is quick to set up, simple to maintain and has real-time reporting for better insight into your L&D activity.

Get in Touch

If you’re keen to explore mobile learning, our experienced team would be delighted to help you. Contact Us Online, or call us on 01383 630032 - we’d love to chat with you.

Public Sector?

Our suite of digital learning and assessment products are available via G-Cloudthe UK Government’s framework for cloud-delivered ICT goods and services on the Digital Marketplace, helping you find technology suppliers so you can deliver world-class digital services.


*1 Ofcom 2018 Survey
*2 from CIPD The future of technology and learning report 2017
*from 2016 Brandon Hall Group study

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