Not everything is built to last and traditional training methods are no different. Sometimes a shiny, new replacement is needed to keep those brain cells moving, and that’s where the benefits of blended learning comes in.
Even though many companies are still implementing them, traditional training methods are not the most effective way to learn. Companies are stuck in a digital age that has completely rewired how our brains engage with content—which means traditional training courses can run into challenges such these:
- A rigid learning schedule that can’t be reasoned with can crash and burn the training process.
- If it’s not accessible, it can prevent teams from receiving training.
- Learners can get left behind if everyone doesn’t learn at the same pace or in the same way.
For practical training, businesses need to:
- Boost learner engagement and efficiency with dynamically flexible training.
- Revamp communication and collaboration with:
- Interactive exercises
- In-person training
- Track the learners’ progress to:
- Maintain accountability
- Provide positive reinforcement
Blended Learning sees training as an event—something more significant than just a module or a video.
Blended Learning combines traditional classroom training with online communities, reinforcement videos, short eLearnings, brief coaching sessions, and follow-up virtual classrooms that organically inspire transformation in both individual behavior and the company culture. So, grab a straw, because this Blended Learning is a real “smoothie” progress.
For additional information from some real experts in the space, check out this resource. We hope this provides some insight into the benefits of blended learning.