5 Ways to Make Training Real in the Workplace There is no doubt about it – training is most effective when it reflects what employees experience in their day-to-day jobs. Every training programme should bring learners as close to what they experience in their work environment as possible. In this way, they identify with their training and it transfers knowledge and skills that are both relevant and beneficial to them and the business. In 2014, Interactive Services carried out a research campaign to determine what blended learning would look like in 2015.
Often when redesigning a training program, the goal is to accelerate a course, i.e., convert one week of classroom training to one day of elearning. How would you feel about doing the opposite and making a course longer? Spreading Your Elearning Out In 2011, one UK-based organization redesigned its training. Mobile was becoming so widely used among its employees that it decided to change the way it delivered training content.