Most administrators think that online training is the easy solution to training health workers who live and work in remote, rural locations. These tips will help your distance learning program a bigger success.
People who live in remote areas--as many community health workers do--are often left out of excellent training opportunities. They simply live too far from a central meeting space to participate in many courses.
Online learning is an obvious solution because organizations can deliver high-quality education without the need of a meeting space. So directors and managers often throw online courses at their most far-flung workers and consider the job done.
Sure, internet-based training really can make all the difference between building skills as a professional and lacking knowledge. But training people who live far from their peers isn't as straightforward as it sounds. Programs separated by geographical distance will be even better if a few key factors are addressed from the onset.