“A major challenge we face today, therefore, is to create a desire in people to learn; and to foster and facilitate this desire throughout their lives.”
- Bryn Holmes(Author, eLearning Concepts and Practice, 2006)
John, a trainer in a manufacturing company has given his new employee a PDF document that explains the working process of a piece of equipment. The new hire started reading it after the work hours. There was no one to guide him or clear his doubts. He was left all alone. There was nobody to help him understand the content.
Do you think the new employee could effectively participate in the next step of the training process? Do you think he could understand the content effectively without help or guidance from the training manager or colleagues?
Obviously, the answer is a big No!
Similarly, in online training , when you leave the learner alone without guidance and external support, he may not participate in the learning process effectively.
In this info-graphic, I would like to share some best practices that you need to adopt to make your employees participate in the online training actively.
Hope you find the post useful. Please do share your views.
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