We all know the saying, “If you build it, they will come.” That’s not necessarily true for all L&D professionals and the learning cultures we try to build. Fortunately, we have some insight into the issues that may be holding your learning culture...
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When it comes to learning new software and acquiring other high tech skills, virtual training labs are close to the ideal platform.
Learning governance is the systems put in place to manage learning – from the investment in people, time and materials to how that investment is tracked and monitored. Information management is a crucial element.
Virtual training makes learning accessible to everyone. By removing the geographical barriers to learning, VILT software helps enhance students’ product adoption, career development and knowledge – without sacrificing the instructor’s effectiveness.
We need continuous upgrading and refreshing of knowledge and skills with a lifelong learning approach. This L&D concept has been around for many years but is experiencing renewed interest as a way of increasing employment opportunities for more people.
Making the switch to online training requires effort and buy-in. Educating key stakeholders on how a virtual training environment works, demonstrating the cost savings and value, and choosing vendors are critical steps.
The human element behind today’s economy is being asked to do more than ever. The workplace is more connected and demanding than ever. New technologies like microlearning and mixed reality are helping training professionals prepare workers.
From creating personalized learning paths to assigning and tracking training with ease to enabling your staff to provide feedback on the training they receive, this guide has lots of tips on how to retain the best team out there.
The first quarter of 2019 saw significant activity in compliance training, e-learning and learning technologies, and performance management and HCM (human capital management) platforms.
As technology and software become more prevalent in our lives, training priorities are shifting to include more marketable technology skills. The best way to teach technologically advanced skills is with a technologically advanced approach to learning.