Computer Based Training (CBT) is also sometimes referred to as computer assisted learning or computer assisted instruction. Regardless of the name used, computer based training delivers training and instruction with a computer instead of through a human instructor. Some computer based training is delivered via the Internet so that text and multimedia materials can be accessed from any location at any time of the day.

CBT’s are usually interactive with Software Simulations (behaves like you’re using the real thing on the PC; therefore, you don’t even need the real software installed on your machine) and rarely without voice. This Publisher’s CBT with Titles do NOT have voice. But, 99% of our training material from our CBT partners do have voice.

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Our courses are optimized for all mobile devices allowing students to learn on the go whenever they have free time. Students can access their courses from anywhere and their progress is completely tracked and recorded.

What are the benefits of using CBT?

Cost Effective

No expensive Software purchase is required or Hardware. CBT – computer based training can provide your company with a 24-hour trainer that has virtually unlimited simultaneous student capacity. Trainees usually don’t have the added expense of traveling for training, and a computer-based system can be customized to focus on individual sections of the material needed by each person that’s being trained. Combined, the overall training costs and training time needed per employee can be significantly lowered.


Computer based training systems don’t get tired, need lunch breaks or have family matters to attend to. Once the training system is set up, it can handle a larger number of students than traditional classroom learning can, and it frees up the human trainers and managers to assess and improve the training curriculum.


Computers deliver only the training they have been programmed with, in the manner they have been designed to deliver it. This reduces the chance of errors or inconsistencies in the training materials provided. As managers change and improve the learning materials, they can update the training system once and those updates are automatically propagated to all existing trainees at once.

Flexible And Comfortable

Computer-based training allows trainees to work at their own learning pace and style, both of which can be adjusted to match the individual needs of each trainee. Computer-based training is non-threatening and non-judgmental while providing immediate feedback as the training progresses. The immediate interactive feedback of the computer based training system allows trainees to review sections of the material as frequently as needed, privately and without feeling embarrassed by mistakes.