The Corona crisis has thrown many people's everyday lives off track. Home office, short-time work or the absence of leisure activities such as movies and concerts are opening up free spaces that are otherwise not available in everyday life. But working people can use the involuntarily gained time in a targeted manner to prepare for the challenges after the crisis. Companies will then rely even more on the digital skills of their employees. WELT explains how to get started with online training - and where pitfalls lurk.
E-learning: How online training can now help you
More and more people will be returning to the office in the coming weeks. That's why employees should now take the last chance to get smarter at home. Anyone who knows the right digital educational offers can impress their boss after the crisis.