When it comes to delivering training to young people, there is no one-size-fits-all approach, an expert has said.
Iain MacDonald, head of education and training at the Electrical Contractors' Association, stated that e-learning has many benefits, especially for those who have a solid knowledge base already.
For those just beginning their education, training delivered via a more structured and traditional environment can prove more effective.
"E-learning is better suited to those with more experience, who are confident in their level of understanding and ability. Such candidates are able to acquire knowledge at their own pace," he claimed.
The expert added: "Training is not one-size-fits-all in its delivery."
Mr MacDonald went on to say that there are many variations which training providers must take into account when building programmes.
Glyndwr University in Wrexham recently developed an e-learning solution aimed at developing the skills of young entrepreneurs, the Wrexham Daily Post reported.
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