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 […]
Remote training doesn’t really lend itself to “winging it.” You can’t really see how your training investment will pay out without careful planning. Developing any online course calls for careful planning, staffing, building, and evaluation. It’s a circular process that should go on during the lifetime of any remote learning project. Thankfully, you don’t need
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.
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