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  • Training Simulations

    When designing a corporate training strategy, a crucial topic to address during the planning stage is how you’ll design the training. Will it be a classroom lecture? A hands-on workshop? A mobile-friendly website? Simulation training is often an excellent route to train employees. As the name implies, it simulates, or replicates, activities employees perform in the workplace.

  • eLearning

    This blog was updated on 12/01/2020.

    Organizations have realized the benefit of training in helping them remain competitive. If you want your employees to be able to perform their tasks to a certain standard, you need to ensure that they have the skill and knowledge to do so. But first, you need to identify the gap – the difference between the expected level of performance and the actual level of performance. It will be...

  • eLearning

    This blog was updated on 11/19/2020.

    What if you built it and they didn’t come? Imagine pouring company time, money, and resources into building an online training program for your workforce, only to have it go unused. The best training program in the world is worthless unless it has the participation of your learners. So how do you entice your employees to get on board with your online training efforts? How do you promote the...

  • eLearning

    Just as any company needs to train their employees on important processes and rules, government agencies are no different. Learning and development programs need to be a priority for government establishments to ensure representatives and workers are educated effectively, prepared for responsibilities, and able to enforce and follow all laws and regulations as needed. 

    With the government being involved with so many...

  • eLearning

    This blog was updated on 11/10/20.

    Every fraternity and sorority has its own code that members of the group abide by. The same goes for eLearning professionals, who have their own jargon that they cite on a regular basis. Knowing the terminology will help you to communicate better with your eLearning developer and ensure the two of you are on the same page when it...