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Classroom training has been the most prominent method of training for an extremely long period of time. But considering the present mobile workforce and rapid technology advancements, eLearning has been stealing the show in recent years.This infographic will provide you insights on the unique strengths and limitations of both classroom training and eLearning, which will give you a clear idea on why exactly blending them would be the right choice!

Spotlight

Classroom training has been the most prominent method of training for an extremely long period of time. But considering the present mobile workforce and rapid technology advancements, eLearning has been stealing the show in recent years.This infographic will provide you insights on the unique strengths and limitations of both classroom training and eLearning, which will give you a clear idea on why exactly blending them would be the right choice!

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