The Rise Of Online Learning Provides Opportunity To Acquire New Skills


Online learning has shown significant growth over the last decade, as the internet and education combine to provide people with the opportunity to gain new skills. Since the COVID-19 outbreak, online learning has become more centric in people’s lives. The pandemic has forced schools, universities, and companies to work remotely and this booms the usage of online learning. Even before the pandemic, research and markets forecast the online education market as £350 Billion by 2025, so the numbers might be updated after analysing the growth impacts of COVID-19 on the online learning market.

About Online Learning

There are numerous online learning platforms in the market set to serve millions of people. The platforms are being shaped by different users and are designed mostly for academics enabling access to university courses for further education. Top tier universities are also making courses accessible online.

These all show one thing, there’s a huge demand from people to learn online. The reason for this demand and rapid growth of the market with a wide variety of platform options for different groups of people may be the rapid change of the world. The cost structure of online learning is another factor for the rapid growth of the market. Online courses prove a more affordable option than traditional ones and there are no commuting costs, and sometimes required course materials, such as textbooks, are available online at no cost.

About LABM Courses

The London Academy of Business and Management (LABM) enables access to more than 100 online courses from London institutions. The range of Free Courses, Short Courses and University Progression Courses are available from the website. LABM is ambitious, innovative and modern, offering flexible and accessible high-quality learning to a national and global audience. Affordable study programmes with exclusive online modules fast-tracking learners to a university qualification. Whether you are looking to enhance your skills, improve your team or pursue a professional education, the LABM learning pathways can provide you with all you need.

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