Posted on Friday, 10th June 2016 17:03
Submitted by ILX Marketing Team
Over the past few months, we invited two of our customers to act as guest bloggers and tell our readers about their experiences with PRINCE2 classroom and PRINCE2 online/e-learning training courses. Both candidates came away satisfied with their course. One, a novice to project management, achieved a PRINCE2 Practitioner qualification within five days. The other accrued enough fundamental knowledge that it could be readily applied in their management of projects and other day-to-day work.
At ILX Group, we’re proud of all the varieties of training course that we provide. We believe that we offer some of the best computer-based online self-study solutions in the world, created by specialists in learning development, subject matter experts and multimedia strategists. We’re not shy about the quality of our classroom courses either, with invaluable face-to-face instruction coming from adept teachers who are well-versed in their subjects, both as instructors and practiced professionals.
Our guest bloggers did a great job providing some insights into what to expect from either style of learning. However, we appreciate it can be difficult to know which is the best option, especially as there are similar exam pass rates across both styles worldwide. As a result, we have decided to compile some lessons and observations into one post for you, directly comparing the advantages and drawbacks of the classroom and the e-learning options.