You can take steps to work toward making your training programs more inclusive and fair for people from all backgrounds. Read on to see three strategies you can use to improve training.
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Fostering engagement in your remote training program is essential. If you think your program is working well, it’s still a great time to look closely at how engaged your team is with what they’re learning. There’s always room for improvement! Wondering how to start developing a remote training program? Start with Blended Learning Fundamentals, An
Remote training can be a life-saver. This is especially true when in-person options for staff are canceled, and also when it’s hard to get people in one room together to learn. For people learning and delivering training, being able to learn new skills demands being able to take online courses. This might be a short-term
Here are some proven strategies to boost learner participation during remote training sessions.
Time to clock in? Find the tried and true time management strategies that online learning experts use and recommend for staying on track of work and development. Is your to-do list running over? Do you click the snooze button on training and administration tasks? Does your agency or program run on a team of one?
Acceptance, adjustment, and setting expectations are critical to overcoming obstacles with training your staff online.
Your agency has probably restructured at least some of its professional development programs as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. You may have shifted to online training or are at least holding some sessions via remote platforms like Zoom. While it is handy to have a distance learning safety net to keep passing information on