The right format is the one that suits you
Effective training must necessarily take into account the participant’s level of skills, personal goals, but also their learning habits.
The learning format then becomes as important as the material to be covered and must adapt to the participant and his constraints:
- Time and travel
- Accessibility and availability
- Allows participants to meet in person and interact directly with trainers and other participants.
- This can strengthen learning and professional relationships.
- Allows participants to receive information and ask questions in real time, which can be particularly useful for complex topics.
- Can create an immersive context that can enhance participant learning and motivation.
- Allows participants to meet other professionals in their field and create networking opportunities.
- Participants have the flexibility to work at their own pace and choose when and where they learn.
- Virtual classroom training is often available to a wider audience, especially people who live in remote areas or have busy schedules.
- Virtual classroom training can be less expensive than face-to-face training because it requires less travel and accommodation costs.
Possibility of recording
- Virtual classroom training can be recorded and reviewed by participants at their convenience, which can be useful for those who missed a session or want to review parts of the training.
- You can take the training at your own pace and at a time that suits you, without being limited by fixed class times.
- You can take the training from anywhere and on any device, which is convenient if you’re on the go or don’t have access to a desktop computer.
- E-learning training can be less expensive than face-to-face training because you don’t have to spend on travel or accommodation costs.
- Interactively designed, with quizzes, exercises and online discussions to make learning more engaging.
Mix of in-person sessions, online sessions, and e-learning modules
- Blended learning refers to a type of training that combines different delivery methods.
- It combines in-person classroom sessions, online sessions, and self-paced e-learning.
- This type of training offers the benefits of both in-person and online training and can be customized to meet the needs and preferences of the learners.
- Blended learning allows learners to benefit from the structure and support of a classroom setting while also offering the flexibility and convenience of online learning.
- It is a popular choice for many organizations as it can be tailored to meet the specific needs and goals of the learners.