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The Practical Guide to Remote Training [Toolkit]

Gear up your remote training program with this toolkit from Talance. It’s a plain-talking, easy-to-follow guide designed to provide you with a basic introduction to remote professional development and give you a fundamental understanding of how to choose plan for, set up, and run a successful online training program.

Scheduling Tips to Plan Your Remote Training Program

An online training program has many phases, activities, and tasks. You probably learned this when you were building your e-learning course. Ongoing online course projects need tending like a garden. As you move from the launch phase to the maintenance phase, you’ll still need to keep managing time. In practice, program managers, facilitators, and administrators …

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How to Build The Best Online Training Team

A successful online training program begins with your team. Bringing onboard the right brainpower is key in leading successful training for your participants. Unlike traditional learning programs, your remote learning staff should be well trained in working with an online student base. Online training is an entirely different experience from in-person learning. As such, instructors …

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How To Offer Virtual Courses in Spanish and Other Languages

Training is communicating, at its most basic. So, if you’re not delivering your agency’s educational material in a language that makes sense, your learners will have trouble understanding. You need to offer multilingual training if you want to address cultural competency, safety, productivity, and compliance. Many public health programs have employees who don’t speak English …

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How To Hire a Remote Training Admin To Manage E-learning Programs

Hands climbing up a ladder

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?

Pros of hiring from within

Both decisions have pros and cons, and ultimately organizations must make a decision based on their individual needs. However, there are some clear benefits and drawbacks.

One top pro is that you know your employees and what they do. You have a history with them that indicates how adept they are at change or if they have untapped skills that can be used. It can make the transition much smoother. Internal employees also know you and what you do. It takes less time for these kinds of hires to understand the details of your organization and your mission. An existing trainer also has in-depth knowledge of your material and audience.

9 Ways you can manage virtual classrooms with remote learners

Being a strong leader is a central part of managing an online classroom. You need to guide discussions, resolve conflicts, and set boundaries for virtual class behavior for the training session to be successful. Here are some techniques and strategies that will help you manage your online classroom like a seasoned professional. Follow these practices, …

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Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid of Making Your Traditional Learning Program Virtual

Blended learning for health workers

Deciding to train health workers in an online classroom versus a traditional in-person setting is the easiest part of the undertaking. Virtual learning is an easy answer to educating a quickly growing workforce that has restrictions on travel, time and money.

The difficult part is in the execution. Most training programs for healthcare teams offer live instruction, and converting those training materials into an online format is about as easy is it is to move from a house you’ve lived in for decades.