With the help of eLearning courses, even the most complex message can be shared quickly and smoothly. The courses can be used independently, or as aids in classroom teaching.


One web-based training reaches the whole target group in a flash.


Training experienced independently allows for a large number of participants without heavy arrangements.


Questions, tasks and practical examples make training an effective and inspiring experience.


In recent years, technological development has enabled us to create more diverse eLearning solutions, too. The new generation eLearning solutions effectively merge images, video, text and real-life simulations. These are built into a dialogic entity where the students reflect their own views and attitudes toward the learning content. This helps to achieve a situation where the student does not feel that the learning content is an externally given truth, but rather creates a personal relationship with the content. This helps develop e.g. people’s understanding, attitudes and internal operating models.

Impressive research results on the possibilities of eLearning are constantly published.

In 2010, the US Ministry of Education published a comprehensive meta-analyses which drew together tens of different studies from around the world from the 90’s and 00’s. In it, learning results of classroom education, eLearning and embedded learning were compared. One of the conclusions of the meta-analyses was that the learning results of those partaking in eLearning methods were, on average, notably better than of those in classroom teaching.