As a training manager, you are always faced with the conundrum of building an effective online course within a limited budget. Why not consider using videos in your online training courses? It is an effective way to communicate information quickly, caters to multiple learning styles and pairs beautifully with microlearning, to provide short, compelling content.
Many assume converting Instructor-led Training (ILT) into eLearning is moving their PowerPoint slides and other training resources online, using authoring tools. Some also dump all their classroom resources in a learning management system (LMS) and call that web-based learning. These stereotypes have to be broken when it comes to conversion of ILT to effective technology-enabled learning.
Sales training, a crucial element for the success of an organization, has become even more challenging in the present competitive and dynamic marketplace. Due to increased product proliferation and rapid increase in the knowledge of customers, sales personnel experience a tough time influencing the buying decisions of customers.
Very often, training managers and their teams face the challenge of racing against time. Imagine that you and your team of trainers have to take up the challenge of getting 150 new hires acclimatized to their job roles, and ensure they get trained on the skills necessary to perform their job effectively. And, the time you have to complete the training is a mere 2 weeks. Now that’s what we call intensive training.
Planning to convert your legacy courses into just-in-time learning nuggets for the millennials? To make the conversion, you can choose from any one of the latest authoring tools like Articulate Storyline, Storyline 360, Lectora 17, Lectora Online, iSpring, or Claro.
The Industrial Training Institutes (ITI) of India, established under the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, provide vocational training in over 130 different trades. After this training, tradesmen undergo an apprenticeship in various industries. ITIs have a huge role to play in the Skill India Campaign launched by the Government of India, in 2015, that aims to train 40 crore people by the end of 2022.
Joining a new company can be a daunting task for many. There are new things to learn, new people to meet and new business processes to grasp. It takes approximately 6 months for a new hire to be groomed into the ways of the new company and actually start being productive. Organizations spend considerable amount of time and resources to mold a new hire in their ways. Therefore, employee retention holds great importance.
Performance management process is a powerful tool that helps align performance goals of the workforce with broader organizational goals.
However, having a performance management process in place alone will not be enough. Any organization that wants to get the best out of their employees should design an effective and efficient performance management process.
The healthcare sector in India is witnessing tremendous growth and the total industry size is expected to reach US$ 280 billion, by 2020. The result is the increased adoption of new technology and investment in research initiatives. This continuous progress in research and technology indicates that training is crucial if the industry players have to gain a competitive edge.
Budget will always come in the way of employee training. Though a major chunk of training has moved online, learning and development teams still face a major crunch in their budgets. Training Managers are asked to make the best use of the budgets available to deliver training. So, how can one overcome this?