As some in-person work and training re-emerges, people expect to have the choice between on site and online formats, even down to the very last moment. Because of this, trainers need to be ready to work in a variety of hybrid settings at a moment's notice.
Purposeful, learner-centered design processes aim to reduce the fatigue of webinars and conference calls and increase engagement across the learning journey.
Virtual training has enormous potential for organizations and learners alike, by reaching learners wherever they’re located, eliminating training travel costs and providing learning engagement techniques that may not be capable in a physical classroom.
As L&D professionals rapidly upskill in virtual training and quickly transfer in-person content into virtual, instructor-led, synchronous learning, a large gap in virtual training still remains: the asynchronous learner experience.