In a world where businesses and employees are being required to change at a rate never seen before, the one constant is learning.
Despite all the change, core learning that is fundamental to individuals’ roles must continue. Many organisations are looking at how to maintain learning in their organisations by digitising content and maximising use of virtual channels.
But as many of us who have participated in eLearning know, it is often tedious, unengaging, and not directly relevant to employees’ day to day experiences. And that poses a huge challenge when companies need to rely more and more on digital solutions. How do they maintain the quality of face to face classroom learning and ensure that the learning is not just being completed, but that participants are engaging with, learning from the content and then applying what they learn?
When reviewing clients’ health and safety learning needs, we often find that the e-learning packages they are using are off the shelf products that do not feel at all relevant to their employees – which is an instant turn off for the learner.