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How to hire staff for a remote training program

How To Hire Staff for Your Remote Training Program

Organizations that are moving their online training program into an online space are faced with a difficult decision that will endure for the life of the program. Does it make sense to hire a new facilitator who is skilled in online work, or train an existing employee to do the work?

Talance Top Tips 2021

The 12 Top Tips of 2021 from Talance Remote Training Experts

Attention all agencies working with elearning: here’s your holiday reading list. If there’s one lesson 2021 taught healthcare agencies, it’s that training and communication is in a state of change. If you don’t pay attention, you might miss the best way to reach out to your staff to educate them. If you’re used to offering …

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Accessibility for online learning

5 Steps To Make Your Online Learning Program Accessible

Now that professional development has moved remote, it’s more important than ever for you to focus on accessibility for online learning.  But what exactly does it mean to make an online learning program accessible? When you hear about accessibility for online learning, or someone talking about making a program, website, or app accessible, it means …

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How Healthcare Agencies Can Better Manage Remote Training Programs

Training healthcare employees remotely has huge benefits, but the process can also be a challenge for new training managers. A good process for educating or upskilling remote staff can basically take care of itself. Smooth processes can onboard new hires in a fraction of the time it can take to do in-person training. And remote …

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Questions to ask online learners before a program

Ask Your Online Learners These Simple Questions Before Diving Into Course Material

After months of planning, designing, and working, you’re ready to offer your first online course. It’s been a detailed process that involved buy-in from administrators and department heads, and training for your staff. You’ve got the technology set up and everything has been tested, re-tested, and is as close to perfect as it’s going to …

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