A Study on E-Training Adoption for Higher Learning Institutions
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E-learning, E-training, E-training awareness, ICT.

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Mohsin, M. ., & Sulaiman, R. . (2013). A Study on E-Training Adoption for Higher Learning Institutions. International Journal of Asian Social Science, 3(9), 2006–2018. Retrieved from https://archive.aessweb.com/index.php/5007/article/view/2557


Conducting or attending training sessions have become essential for developing the required competencies to fulfil organizations’ needs and for individual personal growth. This is also becoming part of developing knowledge society or workers. Most of the organizations are still applying the traditional training approach for human resource training (e.g. employees need to be in a certain place, duration, and with an appointed trainer). However, the traditional training practices consume high cost, less flexibility, and difficult to meet the needs and expectations of participants and the organizations. This research aims to explore the possibility of adopting electronic-training (e-training) concept at the higher learning institutions. The e-training in this research context covers the training provider (the institution) and the trainee (employees) for in-house training or for external participants. UNITEN was used as a case study to identify the requirements and the possibilities to adopt the e-training concept. This research applied the quantitative and qualitative approach that involved survey and interview techniques. The outcome from this research is an e-training adoption framework that could assist an institution to step forward into another level of delivering and engaging knowledge to build knowledgeable and skilful staffs.

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