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Knowing how to identify the training needs of employees is the foundation your entire training is built on. At Impact Group Training we have established 7 steps for you to identify the training needs of your employees
These days, remote work has become mainstream in many industries. While there are many benefits of working remotely, there are also some challenges to working outside a physical office. Here at Impact Group Training, we've developed six tips from our research and experience to help you successfully train your remote employees.
Ongoing training and development for your employees could be one of the best investments your business ever makes. Ongoing training provides many benefits that give your organization a competitive edge, including reduced turnover, increased productivity, and improved morale. Impact Group Training has knowledge and experience in educational technology and instructional design to help custom-design and deliver training materials that meet your needs and impact your employees.
Instructional Design (ID) is a powerful tool and an essential feature of eLearning. Without it, eLearning would just be words on a screen. ID is the development of instructional materials and experiences that help learners of all ages acquire new knowledge and skills – and then apply this information on the job. In ID, there are processes for developing materials and evaluating their effectiveness.
After choosing the best method to deliver your training content, the next step is to think about logistics. You need to consider several points – from sharing the content to tracking the progress. Let’s look at four important logistic factors to keep in mind for your next employee training.
Today’s workforce has become increasingly remote – and so has virtual training. If you want to reduce the amount of time, energy, and money you regularly put into the training process, then your company may want to consider virtual training. To help you decide whether remote training is right for your organization, let’s look at some of the benefits of virtual training as well as its disadvantages.
Did you know that in-person, instructor-led training (ILT) is still the leading method of learning for 94% of organizations? So, while the focus now is on innovative ways to enhance and implement digital learning, statistics show that ILT is still alive and well. But like other training methods, in-person training has its pros and cons.
Now that it appears working remotely is here to stay, have you been thinking that it’s time to convert your in-person training program into an eLearning version so employees can complete it wherever they are working?
How can you make this transition easier for you and your employees? Here are nine simple steps to transition in-person training to eLearning.
Good visual design is a powerful tool for engaging your audience, communicating key concepts, and setting the tone. Because no matter how accurate and thorough your content is, if it doesn’t look appealing, people won’t want to experience it. Let's look at four reasons why graphic design will make your eLearning course more effective and successful.