Training delivery has grown from traditional, in-class, instructor-led courses to dynamic, agile learning methods that encompass webinar, VR and AI models. These changes mean that instructors are now students on a journey to prepare for the future.
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 the face of the evidence demonstrating the bottom-line impact of inclusive employment, as well as the consumer and employee demand for inclusion, what can learning leaders do? Here are five tips.
Driving Dynamics Inc., a provider of driver safety training and risk services for fleet-based organizations that operate light-to-heavy duty vehicles, announced today the rollout of its CoachInsight Advantage (CoachInsight) certification course, the latest
The story about the cobbler’s children, who, ironically, never had shoes, is also true of training departments.
How can organizations be sure the training their staff receives is at the level they need to see a return on their investment?