To bring your training back on track, it’s time to opt into online learning formats.
With remote work becoming the norm for organizations around the world, one training modality has seen a surge in attention: virtual instructor-led training.
AFTA Thought, a drama-based training company, has taken their live performances off the stageand onto the small screen for the first time in 25 years.
As we navigate the shift from in-person workshops and sales training to virtual instructor-led training, there are many challenges to overcome as we forge ahead.
In the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, we’re no longer shifting toward digital at a comfortable pace — we’re careening toward a new normal that demands we act now and act fast.
It is likely there will be some permanent changes in how we live our lives after this crisis passes. It is too early to know the effect on training moving forward, but it is not hard to imagine adopting more remote technology to meet learners' needs.
Whenever the new normal arrives, those multi-day events at a convention center may still be a worthwhile endeavor and a vehicle for training a group en masse. But right now, there’s nothing optional about remote training delivery.
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.
Remote training is at the forefront of every L&D professional’s mind as the global COVID-19 pandemic thrust remote working into the spotlight. However, this crisis has merely accelerated a process that was going to happen anyway.