As we pave a way toward a post-COVID workplace, we asked a few executives in innovators across the learning industry which training trends and shifts they feel will persist in the future of work.
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Whether through moving existing in-person learning programs online or building new remote learning initiatives from the ground up, many training companies proved they could adapt and deliver amid the chaos.
This infographic will help you as you plan your programs and initiatives for the year and will inform your strategic conversations with stakeholders. With these insights, you can ensure that L&D is ready to support the business during and after COVID-19.
Remote and in-person workforces will require significant training to stay up to date with the latest safety standards and best practices during and after the pandemic.
While the pandemic has forced a shift in our lives, we must remember the importance of flexibility, communication and empathy.
Manufacturers will use remote training tools leveraging advanced technologies, including augmented reality (AR) and 3D work instructions, to prepare workers for the increased use of robotics in manufacturing, while complying with COVID-19 mandates.
Although addressing the risks associated with COVID-19 was top of mind in 2020, companies, organizations and communities still needed to address how they can efficiently train teams to respond to other risks that could affect operations.
Totara, a leading provider of enterprise learning, engagement and performance management technology, today announced strong customer growth momentum to close out 2020.
Healthtech solutions company offers mobile training and work certificates app using a distributed ledger platform (DLT), enabling access to restricted areas throughout the pandemic.