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  • Isabelle Ulbrich


It is impossible to imagine the modern working world without E-Learning, as it offers a lot of advantages, especially in terms of flexibility and learning success. New content can be tested across a wide range of industries in the shortest possible time – and with maximum cost savings. At the same time, however, we still owe you the answer to one question: Which E-Learning topics are suitable for your company?

The selection of E-Learning content is essential for the success of digital EMPLOYEE TRAINING. Therefore, there are topics that are particularly well suited for E-Learning – including those that you might not even suspect yet. In this article, we have compiled possible E-Learning topics and explained how you need to implement them in your company for the best possible learning success.


In recent years, E-Learning has established itself as an effective and efficient way to train and educate people of different levels of education and experience. There are consequently numerous E-Learning topics that fit within the framework of digital employee training. In addition to testing soft and hard skills, E-Learning systems can also be used to address industry-specific, compliance, and security issues.

Soft skills, such as time management, stress management, communication, or teamwork, are particularly popular for E-Learning topics, as they are essential in many professions and are often considered basic qualifications. Here, E-Learning courses can create an interactive and hands-on learning environment that enables participants to learn skills and techniques they can use more effectively in their everyday work. Hard skills, such as software development, data analysis, accounting, or foreign languages, are also excellent E-Learning topics. The ability to learn online and flexibly adapt it to one's own needs makes it easier to further one's education in these specialist areas and learn new skills.

Industry-specific learning content is also ideally suited as E-Learning topics. In this regard, it is important to consider the specific requirements of the industry as well as the target group and to design the content accordingly. So, when creating E-Learning content, in addition to a person who oversees the organization, experienced technical personnel should also be involved. Compliance and security issues, for example in the areas of data protection, occupational safety, or anti-corruption, also represent predestined E-Learning topics. Here, it is important to consider the relevant legal requirements and best practices and to provide participants with the necessary knowledge and skills to meet these requirements. In addition to didactic models, legal expertise is thus particularly in demand when it comes to creating E-Learning topics.


As you just learned, a wide variety of E-Learning topics come into consideration if you are thinking of introducing digital employee training in your company. However, as so often in life, it's not what you say, but how you say it. The E-Learning topics must therefore be tailored and prepared accordingly and thus made accessible to your employees. To do this, it is advisable to first analyze the target group. What everyday hurdles do your employees face? What helps them to better manage their daily work? Do they possibly have to comply with certain legal requirements? Based on these parameters, you select the appropriate E-Learning topics for your employees. The rule is: The learning management system (LMS) is based on your company and its employees – not the other way around.

Once the right E-Learning topics have been selected, they must now be prepared didactically in a meaningful way. The best E-Learning content will be of no use to you if it is not effectively communicated. A LMS offers you the advantage of an ongoing and regularly surveyable progress. In an overview, your employees are confronted with their strengths and weaknesses and can therefore constantly readjust. Furthermore, interactive elements are recommended in the presentation of E-Learning topics. These not only promote EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT, but also increase learning success. Multimedia elements can also heighten the enjoyment of using the LMS. Through gamification elements, the E-Learning topics are conveyed through playful elements. If implemented correctly, this ensures that your employees do not see the teaching units as a burden but rather approach them with joy.

No matter how exactly you implement your E-Learning topics, constant evaluation and feedback are essential. To generate the greatest possible learning success, you should therefore regularly involve your employees in the development process. By making permanent adjustments to the LMS, you can create a solution that fits you and your company.


E-Learning topics are extremely diverse and must therefore be individually tailored to your company. The wide range of different E-Learning content allows your company to develop efficiently. However, it is not simply a matter of selecting the right topics but rather of implementing them in the right way. Therefore, you should rely on a partner who has many years of experience in the field of E-Learning formats. We at SWISSTEACH have already helped various companies select and implement the right E-Learning topics. We would be happy to advise you comprehensively and individually!

In addition to our consulting activities, we also have a suitable LMS solution for you. With GLOBAL TEACH® we offer you a sophisticated system for the targeted communication of your E-Learning topics. It is particularly intuitive and can be constantly adapted to the evaluations of your employees.

If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us at any time. We are looking forward to your inquiry!

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