Training and Learning solutions are continuously evolving in response to changes in the digital intervention. From E-learning to M Learning companies have a variety of options to choose from, depending on their learners’ requirements.
Each learning mode has something exclusive to offer in terms of benefits and features to create an impactful learning experience for learners.
Diverse and complex needs of learners make it hard to zero in one mode of Learning.
Also, constant online learning disruptions make it even more challenging to depend on one particular mode to meet the core objective of any training program.
Companies still have a long way to go to exploit the full potential of digital learning modes — poor E-infrastructure, especially at remote setups, makes it even more challenging.
There is also a pool of employees who are not digital-savvy. Replacing one mode with another or choosing one mode over other, might not yield a more exceptional result.
What we need is a blend of these two modes to reach to a broader audience.
Leveraging one particular mode will be like limiting yourself to numerous possibilities. Both platforms have distinctive features to cater to different needs.
We need to flip the traditional classroom learning and blend it with different learning styles to empower learners in real sense. Blended Learning is the approach to bring the best of these two worlds; classroom training and e-Learning, together to go beyond regular instructor-led training.
Blended Learning is also an excellent approach for companies running on a tight budget; it provides budget flexibility while giving access to learning content anytime and anywhere. It combines compelling content, practical methodologies, enabled by the systematic Learning Management System to achieve organization learning objectives rapidly.
The core of Blended learning approach lies in overcoming the challenges and limitations of classroom learning. By mixing online and offline face to face interaction, this approach will equip employees with valuable knowledge and skills.
Blended Learning is becoming a popular training approach for companies of all sizes due to its greater convenience and flexibility.
Blended Learning is employee-oriented, and its multidimensional nature offers unique learning styles to cater to different learners differently. Video, graphics, webcasts, podcasts, and a host of other media provide a well-rounded training experience to stimulate learners’ interest and engagement.
Blended Learning allows you to leverage the benefits of technology-enabled Learning and add more human touch to traditional classroom learning.