In fact, the most effective learning is blended learning. That doesn’t mean we stick it all through a blender and whip up a learning and development smoothie.
It means we plan out:
what you want to achieve
what the aims and objectives are
what the subject matter is
what the high-level design looks like
and only then do we jointly decide what combination of elements work best for the programme, whether it be:
coaching and mentoring
It does mean you need to plan more comprehensively and you’re probably going to need a bigger budget than you’d like, but, if you want the learning to stick – and let’s face it – why on earth would you do it otherwise – then you need to invest.
According to one survey, more than half of UK companies use a blended learning approach, so it’s clearly a good way to go!
To find out how blended learning could work for you, just get in touch.
Want to find out about our other training approaches? Read about our e-learning or our fully blended training approaches.