7 Reasons To Include Instructor-Led Training In Your Online Training

| January 21, 2019

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How much time do you have? This is our response when somebody asks us what the benefits of online training are. Because when it comes to eLearning, the long list of training advantages could take at least an hour to explain.Yet, so many people still think online training is cold, faceless and automated. And the idea of training without an authentic human element, a real person-to-person connection, is too much to bear. But we know something they don’t: online training can go hand-in-hand with an Instructor-Led Training course.At this point, you might be wondering what an ‘instructor-led meets eLearning’ training program actually looks like. Well, this kind of blended training comes in different forms. Mostly, it’s about the tools and environment that you choose to use when introducing an instructor into your online training program.Today, the most common approaches are traditional classroom ILT training and Virtual Instructor-Led Training. We’ll look at each of these next.

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