Employees crave development. As businesses increasingly align learning goals with organizational outcomes, employees are clearly eager to embrace the opportunities that relevant, personalized, blended learning experiences can provide.
There is a unilateral need to stay current, relevant and competitive within organizations and their industries. Keeping up with technologies, business innovation, product development and compliance standards are all ongoing issues.
Discuss how most organizations already gather data about their online and blended learning solutions and explore whether the current learning analytics say anything about the actual learning.
Comtec and InSync Training are pleased to announce their new strategic partnership. Directors Sophie Howe of Comtec Translations and Jennifer Hofmann of InSync Training met through the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program.
Learning delivery models should be in line with their unique needs and avoid the assumption that just because a methodology is a buzzword, it actually works. Let’s dive deeper into the core elements of an effective training strategy.
When you’re looking for an effective training program that creates behavior change, delivers business results, is cost-effective and is sensitive to your learners’ busy schedules, the best approach is blended learning.
L&D professionals often evaluate delivery methods based on the organization’s overall learning objectives. Most use multiple delivery methods, because a single modality can’t do everything well. So, how can you choose training delivery methods?
In order to create the best learning experience, it’s vital to mix up your learning delivery methods to ensure you’re delivering training effectively, which is why a blended learning delivery approach is an excellent idea for your internal training.