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Top 10 Types of Employee Training Programs

Whether a company has hired new employees, launched a new product, or simply wants to keep their employees safe, employee training programs are needed all the time. The right training enables employees to perform well on their jobs at all

What is Experiential Learning and Why It is The Future Of Learning

Experiential learning is one of the first learning methods people have acknowledged. It is the way people before us have learned to do everything. Experiential learning means learning by doing and is the basis for team building and employee training

Pros and Cons of Blended Learning in Corporate Training

The simplest way I can think of defining blended learning is as a combination of offline and online learning. Learners nowadays need an interactive environment to learn in, which a learning platform provides, but they also need a sense of

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8 Effective Strategies to Improve Employee Performance

Organizations depend on employees to be successful, and employees’ productivity depends on how the organization treats them… There can be other reasons for this but it’s no good news when employees underperform.Therefore, as soon as noticed, improving employee performance should

The Importance of Soft Skills In The Workplace: 11 Skills You Must Teach Your Employees

Soft skills are essential for a business, and although they may be called soft, they are actually hard to develop. But since research has found that 75% of long-term job success comes down to people skills and not technical knowledge, you

Self-Paced Learning: Meaning & Benefits

Why is self-paced eLearning dominating modern employee training?Definition of Self-Paced LearningAccording to Business Dictionary, self-paced learning is defined like this:Teach-yourself method of learning that is initiated and directed by the learner.What is Self-Paced Learning? Self-paced learning is a learning method

A guide to SCORM Compliant Learning Management Systems

SCORM is a widely accepted standard and it defines the way Learning Management Systems are ought to be built. SCORM strives for standardized LMSs and training content so that they work well with other SCORM conformant systems. A SCORM conformant

LMS vs CMS: What’s The Difference

When you start reading about the eLearning industry, you come across the CMS and LMS acronyms quite a lot. They are both of great importance for the eLearning industry and it is crucial that we understand their differences (other than

Online Learning vs Face to Face Learning

Learning has been a great part of human history over the years. People have always been looking for ways to advance their knowledge, understand the world better, and make their lives easier. The ways of learning have definitely improved but

5 Technology Trends Shaping eLearning and Taking Employee Training to Another Level

We know we’ve been raging about eLearning, but we genuinely believe it is the future - actually, no, scratch that - it is the present of learning, and it’s not going anywhere soon. In fact, new technology trends arise every