Blended Learning has many benefits over conventional training, including more flexibility, more engagement, cost-effectiveness, and improved ROI. Blended Learning programs that use Gamification, Coaching, and Mentoring enable people to connect while honing their talents. Additionally, there are more chances to talk and exchange ideas with instructors and other learners.
Undoubtedly, Blended Learning is a fantastic method to shape your trainings. It is a learning approach where online training is infused with interactivities and an added personal touch. Engagement, retention, and learning are also dramatically bolstered by using multiple modalities. Particularly helpful for organizations globally, Blended Learning is both measurable and adaptable.
Businesses need Blended Learning to be used in a more dynamic way. Apart from its on-premises and online content, these are some of our various options that can be practiced:
An instructor-led Live Virtual Classroom (LVC) that offers personalized feedback of in-person classes but is delivered online, allowing learners to learn from any location.
Projects that are done in the real world and are applied in a way that not only builds hands-on skills but also can be used right away in company projects.
A learning management system (LMS) that lets management keep track of how learners are doing and help them out when it’s needed.
Features for adaptive learning that allow learners with prior knowledge or skills to skip ahead and begin training at the level that is most relevant to their knowledge.
Gamification, which incorporates game-like features such as dynamic interfaces, competitive rules, level badges, and progress- tracking leaderboards into the learning process.
Self-paced Learning. For this kind of learning, Video Based training sessions and Microlearning assets can be used. Based on the requirement, courses can be taken individually or as part of a curriculum.
Just-in-time training that consists of Mobile Learning, Microlearning assets, simulations, job aids, digital inventories, and other important components.
Social Learning. Online group gatherings, discussions, events, and channels that work with learners to draw in, convey, and share a learning culture can be profited under this type of learning.
Performance support can be provided through the incorporation of mobile applications, interactive job aids, scenario-based trainings, and how-to guides.
Flipped classroom, a strategy that focuses on learner engagement and active learning and helps create, curate, and deliver content that they can experience at their own pace.
Device agnostic learning: Mobile-friendly or Mobile-first designs for seamless learning across desktops/laptops to tablets/smartphones.
Capture attention about training opportunities: Leverage Newsletters and Teaser Videos to highlight the significance of the initiative.
Build awareness around What’s In It For Me (WIIFM): Highlight what is the value this training will provide to learners.
Personalized learning: Microlearning-based learning paths (with varied formats to suit different learning styles). Curated learning (both Formal and Informal training assets).
Immersive strategies: VR/AR, Gamification, Scenario/Branching Scenarios Based Learning, Interactive Story Based Learning, and Video and Interactive Video Based Learning for guaranteed engagement.
Brief and relevant content: Intuitive and precise journeys with well-designed PSTs and just-in-time learning aids.
Post training: Reinforce learning to reduce knowledge erosion, challenge learners with advanced content, offer practice zones to hone their skills and have frequent reconnects via curated assets and social learning to continue the learning journey.
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