Blended learning combines the BEST OF TWO TRAINING ENVIRONMENTS—traditional face-to-face classroom training and high-tech eLearning. By covering all the bases, you can engage all types of learners. Some learn better in a structured environment that includes face-to-face interaction with an instructor. Independent types who learn better with semi-autonomous, computer-based trainings have the opportunity to absorb material in short snippets. Your company is likely comprised of millennials as well as old-timers, and blended learning leaves no one behind.
A LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (LMS) integrates all the pieces of the puzzle in a central location—one stop shopping for the learner, and one-stop tracking for the manager. If an out-of-the-box solution doesn’t hit the mark, a developer can build an LMS to specification.
The classroom offers an opportunity for role-playing with immediate face-to-face feedback. The eLearning/mLearning components lend themselves to interactive media such as skill-building games, videos, tutorials, quizzes and social media components, all accessible from the learner’s home page in the LMS. Much learning occurs on-the-job, and MLEARNING gives employees access to an endless library of short snippets for learning, review and quick tutorial at the point of performance—all from the learner’s smartphone or tablet.