Training Delivery

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Converting Instructor-Led Training to Virtual

Many companies rely heavily on instructor-led training (ILT). Typically, the courses are conducted in-person, allowing groups to move forward together and benefit not just from the instructor’s expertise, but the knowledge of everyone taking part. However, traditional corporate ILT...

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How to Help Your Team Avoid Learning Overload

Absorbing new information requires time, dedication, and energy. They have to integrate the incoming details with their pre-existing knowledge. Plus, they have to figure out how to use the new information in a real-world way, and that can be...

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Podcasts – L&D Genius Idea or Money Pit?

While podcasts are incredibly popular overall, does that make them ideal for L&D? If you’re trying to figure out if you should include them in your training design, here’s what you need to consider.

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How Experiential Learning Can Help Us Unlearn Strategically

With experiential learning, the process is immersive. The learner is an active participant, taking part directly. As a result, this method tends to be more engaging and memorable. Retention of what they’ve learned is enhanced, and the likelihood that...

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L&D Challenges That Microlearning Can Tackle

But, by using the microlearning approach, many of these challenges can be addressed quickly, creating a better learning experience for everyone involved. If you are wondering how microlearning tackles those issues, here’s what you need to know.

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Simulation Training Best Practices

If you want to capture the benefits of simulation training, you need to use this learning approach properly. Here are some simulation training best practices that can help you do just that.

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How On-the-Go Training Benefits the Desk Jockey and the World Traveler

Today’s professionals put an increasing amount of importance on professional development. As a result, they prefer flexible options that allow them to easily learn on the go. While one would assume that employees who spend most of their time...

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How Millennials View Training Is Changing the Learning Landscape

Today, Millennials are the largest portion of the workforce, a position they claimed several years ago and will likely hold for a significant amount of time. Estimates suggest that, by the end of 2025, Millennials will make up 75...

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Classroom Learning Is Alive and Thriving in the Business World

While online training options have become increasingly popular, classroom learning is still a major presence in the business world. Classroom experiences do offer some benefits that online programs often lack. As a result, they can be a better approach...

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Social and Microlearning Sandwich: An Easy Way to Digest Training

Over recent years, professionals have begun to favor social and collaborative interactions that take place online, not in person. Additionally, the use of mobile devices – predominately smartphones – has increased substantially, and some employees rely more on these...