Learning is a complex activity that can be influenced by a number of factors. The principles of social learning help instructional designers — whether they are designing for in-class delivery or distance learning — ensure that learning happens...
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.
Digital transformation is about reimagining how you bring people, data and processes together to create value. In this rapidly transforming business environment, the need for an adaptive workforce will change learning and development (L&D) and its methods.
L&D professionals often evaluate delivery methods based on the organization’s overall learning objectives. Most use multiple delivery methods, because a single modality can’t do everything well. So, how can you choose training delivery methods?
Do you think virtual training is a fad destined to make a big splash and then slowly fade away? This article shares the top eight reasons virtual training is experiencing a boom and why it’s likely to stick with us well into the future.
While training and customer success departments understand the importance of customer training and the value it provides, it can be difficult to communicate it to stakeholders. Making a solid business case for a customer training program is the key.
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.