Training has come a long way from relying on traditional lecture-based classroom sessions to offering a rich menu of learner-centered options for delivery. However, in many cases, an instructor-led training session is still the best way to engage workers.
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.
To be sure that everything is clear for the learners and that the program is effective, use some classroom assessment techniques during the training. With this approach, learners can receive the help they need while the training is fresh.
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In the learning space, we often talk about innovation, but rarely is it in relation to the classroom. And yet classroom training represents roughly 70 percent of training budgets.
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