The main thing that separates academic learning apart from corporate learning is the objective.
Corporate learning aims to develop specific skills that help employees perform better in their professional roles. It takes place when employers intend to implement training programs and upskill their workforce.
Academic learning is undertaken by individuals to gain qualifications and increase their knowledge in a specific field. This takes place – not particularly for competency building – but for knowledge transfer.
Academic learning and corporate learning have specific characteristics that tell them apart.
The answer depends on the objectives of your organization and what your org wants to achieve. You can always leverage on either type, depending on your learners’ needs, and the tool that will be most effective for them. Edubrite is both a corporate and academic LMS we can help you determine which one best fits your organization. If you’d like to learn more, contact us now.