Computer-based training (CBT) involves the use of computers and computer-based instructional materials as the primary medium of instruction. Computer-based training is an option to teach and provide education to adults in the workplace instead of the traditional instructor-led method.
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- Training materials can be created, corrected, and used from anywhere in the world as long as a computer and a connection are available.
- By answering a few simple questions at the beginning, a student can view lessons, examples, and tests customized to their own needs.
- Web-based training costs the student nothing beyond the computer and Internet service. Accessing training at home cuts down on classroom costs.
- The second after they enter their answer, students can know whether it was correct. Similarly, the teacher has an instant, permanent record of the students' efforts.
- The student can go through lessons at their own pace without needing to compete with faster or slower classmates. They can also repeat a lesson until it is perfectly understood.