Blended learning, which combines instructor-led and digital methods of learning, can provide the benefits of both approaches while eliminating some of their weaknesses.
CompTIA, the leading provider of vendor-neutral skills certifications and training for information technology (IT) professionals and individuals interested in joining the IT workforce, today added to its eLearning options with the release of seven courses.
These are challenging times, but with careful consideration, you can navigate through the choppy waters and deliver on the mandate to convert your face-to-face training to effective, high-quality virtual training.
In their simplest terms, diversity is the “what” (gender, race, age, disability, religion, sexual orientation, etc.), and inclusion is the “how” (measure of culture that enables diversity to thrive).
In times of stress and rapid change, the most successful L&D departments are the ones that remain a sea of calm in chaos.
No doubt, in 2020, we will continue to use virtual reality simulations, interactive videos, mobile learning, gamification and other technology. But consider the benefits face-to-face, instructor-led training present to your learners.
L&D leaders’ hesitation to invest in collaborative innovations that nurture human capital is not only disconnected from the larger trend of corporations’ viewing technology adoption as crucial to the future of their business. It’s also a growing...