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.
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
A training needs analysis is an important step in developing a successful training program. Read on to discover what questions to ask when conducting one!
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
It pays to think about the best ways you can reach your training goals, whether that’s through remote online learning, in-person workshops, or a blended approach.
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