I've been working in the education sector (private and public) since the mid 1980s. I pioneered remote and distance learning programs 'way back then' and have enjoyed the evolution that we've come to know now as online learning. Teaching in University (using the various LMS platforms) showed me the robust nature of remote training. In the last 20 years I've seen a growing acceptance of distance and remote learning and see only good things ahead. Naturally, there will be a shake out of the charlatans and con-artists who create crappy content, so the future will be won by those who differentiate themselves early on. There are some fascinating trends (which I've been watching and write about in my http://60SecondNewsletter.com) will disrupt the landscape somewhat. However, those keen to provide a quality problem/solution experience will prosper. I'm happy to answer more specific questions if there are any. Take care, and happy training!