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Blended Learning 2.0: Transforming Training for the New Workplace

September 30, 2020 | By Asha Pandey


The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the workplace dynamics – the “new normal” of remote operations. This has led to a major impact on trainer-led classroom sessions that need to be replaced due to office closures to stop community spread, restricted travel per several government regulations, freezing budgets impacting training logistics, and limiting group sessions to maintain social distancing norms.

The need of the hour is ILT to a rapid Virtual Training Transformation. A median offering of the two modes, Blended Learning is often the optimal mode for Virtual Training.

Blended Training 2.0 combines the best of two modes – VILT sessions with Self-paced Online Learning. The Blended Learning 2.0 can match or exceed ILT impact subject to technology and accessibility issues for remote learners; adaptability of all parties (training teams and learners) to the changed dynamics; adoption of revised pedagogy that will drive learning; and its application and behavioral change through training (without the physical intervention of a trainer).

Want more? Book a free consultation with us to see how you can build an effective transformation to Blended Learning 2.0.

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