Formal Training

Unfortunately, formal training is generally more expensive than the alternatives as it requires a professional trainer and facilities. The organization of gathering all of the trainees together can be problematic or complicated. Fortunately, it does however ensure a certain level of skill that may not be as certain with other methods. Having a trainer also ensures the ability of trainees being able to receive help and ask questions.

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Self Instruction

  • Tends to be quite cheap
  • You can move at your own pace
  • You can teach yourself at any time
  • You can build your own ‘lesson plan’ and improve your weaknesses
  • You may get inadequate explanations of topics and therefore spend more time trying to figure things out
  • You are unlikely to be able to ask very specific questions
  • You will get minimal external guidance

Online Training

Virtual education refers to instruction in a learning environment where teacher and student are separated by time or space, or both, and the teacher provides course content through course management applications, multimedia resources, the Internet, videoconferencing, etc...

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In terms of time and place. It can be far more comfortable comparing to traditional ways of learning.

Save Money
Free access to good reliable information.

Offer more individual attention
Time is not as limited as it would be in a formal and traditional lesson.

With online training this skill has to be improved and can be very useful in the future.