It’s easy to do things the way they have always been done. But with new techniques and digital tools at our disposal every day, combined with a need to approach learning for hybrid teams differently, it’s time to redefine blended learning.
When training becomes repetitive, it can be easy to lose the initial enthusiasm. The good news is, that enthusiasm hasn’t disappeared, the flame just needs reigniting. Spicing up your training with new blended learning techniques will make it feel thoroughly refreshed.
We’ll talk you through the latest research and insights into how people learn to help you perfect your blend to achieve the impact you want from your training.
Blended learning incorporates multiple training and learning techniques into the learning process allowing learners to assimilate information quickly and more effectively. When put together in the right way, blended learning allows new skills and knowledge to be embedded, with learners able to make the desired changes easily. With virtual training there are even more options to consider in your blend!
Make sure you stay ahead of the game and keep up to date with all the latest training approaches by joining us for our blended learning webinar.
Believe it or not, learning doesn’t have to feel like you are back at school, learning can be fun! Research tells us when learners are having fun they are more likely to pay attention and engage with the learning which ultimately leads to greater learning transfer.
Blended learning is a fantastic way of combining different activities and techniques to cater for the preferences of different learners.
Knowledge is everything. The more knowledge we have the more informed our decisions will be. We’ll be on hand with information based on the latest research to help you stay in the know and up to date.
Catherine has been living and breathing virtual training for the last 15 years! As an expert coach, she brings her experience along with client insights and her LOVE of all things virtual to her webinars.
Over the last couple of years, the training landscape has completely changed. Many of the corporate organisations I work with have struggled to achieve the same impact they once did with their training programmes. People are busy, attention is divided, and the world has changed. Luckily, there are plenty of new tools we can use to up the game on blended learning. I want to share my experiences to help others get the best from their own L&D programmes.
See you there!”Catherine Nicholson