The most result-oriented, straightforward approach to achieve these outcomes through eLearning or technology-enhanced training is through what we call “Rapid eLearning”.
Use rapid eLearning to blend eLearning with classroom training and overcome the challenges of logistics, dearth of qualified SMEs, just-in-time learning requirements, and relatively higher cost.
Rapid eLearning instructional strategies for product and sales training can include:
Onboarding of your large, globally dispersed, multilingual workforce can be a huge challenge, even without the added hassle of getting all your trainers together! Rapid eLearning is now the go-to solution in L&D to design and deliver onboarding.
Rapid eLearning instructional strategies for onboarding can include:
If you need to quickly train your employees on enterprise software (e.g., SAP, Workday, Salesforce, etc.), Rapid eLearning is the way to go because it can be:
Rapid eLearning instructional strategies for software training can include:
Though you are legally bound to offer compliance training to employees, the very thought can be daunting, what with regulations changing from industry to industry and country to country. The fact that compliance training is typically dry and sometimes incomprehensible (“legalese”) can add to your woes as do the scarcity of classroom trainers and the painful logistics involved.
Rapid eLearning helps you overcome these problems through scenario-based or story-telling instructional strategies that mimic real life and enable your learners to apply regulatory concepts in practice.
It’s surprising but true that even for safety training that requires hands-on practice, most of the concepts and theory can be taught effectively via eLearning, even better than in a classroom!
Some instructional strategies that can be used in safety training are:
We convert Instructor-led Training (ILT) material into instructionally sound, visually appealing, engaging and effective eLearning curriculums.
We repurpose/redesign legacy courses created in Flash or other authoring tools, making them compatible with multiple devices and browsers.
From selecting the conversion strategy to picking the right tool and vendor, this eBook has everything to help you migrate your courses from Flash to HTML5!