In-person or self-paced learning? Discover the factors to think about when choosing between these two learning methods and find the one that suits your needs best.
Even the most energetic cheerleader may need to apply a little technique when it comes to starting a new e-learning program. Here’s how to focus on the benefits of online training to your organization’s stakeholders, not simply the features.
Need help finding the perfect instructional designer for your team? Look no further! This guide will provide you with all the tips and resources you need to make a successful hire.
Learn the benefits of microlearning and pick up a few tips for integrating it into your online training program.
Are you looking to create training programs that click with your participants? Then start with focus groups. There’s only so much you can think of while sitting at your desk. At some point, you’ll have to ask around what others want. That’s what a focus group does. By engaging participants in dynamic discussions, focus groups
Tips and best practices for improving your communication skills in online training programs with tools like announcements and forums.
One of the biggest challenges of remote learning and professional development is the directors’ or instructors’ ability to motivate learners and retain their attention. After all, staff training comes on top of job responsibilities, which can feel forced and be met with resistance. Not to mention that some learners may feel intimidated by online learning
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We’ve previously talked about the importance of providing training programs in multiple languages to empower your diverse staff to learn and participate. However, we’ve also frequently seen how difficult it is for many organizations to actually implement multi-language programs because translation is hard work. If you’ve ever embarked on a course translation project, you probably
A team of educated community health workers can ease the cost of healthcare costs for a community, but what eases the cost of a training program? E-learning could be the answer.
Hidden costs lurk in traditional live instructor-led trainings, and it’s a challenge to find them. Start to jot down all the random costs of getting people into a room together, and you’ll see how the prices quickly shoot up. A huge portion is travel and lodging costs, which account for as much as 40 cents of every dollar spent, studies show.
The quickest way to reduce travel and lodging costs is to eliminate them: move the community health worker classroom online. Any expense that ordinarily goes to feeding and equipping a group of people can be channeled into development and instructing. That can be an up-front savings, but costs certainly plummet the more often you run the training program.