For businesses and L&D managers, training of employees to increase their knowledge, skills and attitudes is a means to achieve business results – through selling more, improving efficiencies and staying compliant.
In such a scenario, it becomes even more important for L&D managers like you to deliver training that is measurable in terms of results, is delivered at the right time and yields high ROI.
Rapid eLearning uses “Performance-based Learning Objectives” as postulated by
Dr. Robert Mager and Dr. Benjamin Bloom.
These measurable performance-based objectives make it possible to scientifically decide the:
Use rapid eLearning to blend eLearning with your classroom training and overcome the challenges of logistics, dearth of qualified SMEs, meeting just-in-time learning requirements and relatively higher expenses.
Onboarding a large, globally dispersed and multilingual workforce effectively is one of the challenges that eLearning champions face. Oh, and best of luck trying to get all your trainers together when you need them.
Rapid eLearning has become immensely popular among the L&D fraternity to design and deliver onboarding.
Rapid eLearning instructional strategies for onboarding can include:
The most effective onboarding strategy is to blend classroom, eLearning and micro/ mobile learning.
Rapid eLearning to train employees on enterprise software (e.g., SAP, Workday, Salesforce and proprietary applications) is ideal because the training can be:
Rapid eLearning instructional strategies for software training can include:
Regulations vary depending on the industry and country you are in. You are legally bound to train your employees on how to comply with them.
The biggest challenge in creating compliance training is that the content is dry and boring – yes, “legalese”. Other problems could be the scarcity of classroom trainers and difficult logistics.
Rapid eLearning helps you overcome these problems through scenario-based or story-telling instructional strategies that enable your learners to apply regulatory concepts.
It also offers the convenience of anywhere, anytime learning in any language, on any device.
Although some safety training requires the handling of safety equipment, most of the conceptual and knowledge sections can be taught effectively via eLearning, even better than in a classroom.
It also provides the advantages of anytime and anywhere learning, in any language.
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 translate and redevelop English courses into more than 35 international languages.