Your Step-By-Step Guide To Design High-Impact Blended Training Programs - Featuring 7 Success Stories

by EI Design

This eBook provides a step-by-step guide that you can use as you embark on the conversion of your ILT program to a Blended Training program. These inputs will certainly help you in creating a high-impact Blended Training program. More specifically, you can use the tips and best practices to optimize your current Blended Training programs.

Key Chapters

  1. Section 1 – Basics

    The first section starts with the definition of blended training and then examines why is there an increase in the adoption of blended training.

  2. Section 2 – Benefits

    This section outlines the key benefits that organizations and learners will see as the ILT programs move to a more flexible, blended training approach. It also outlines the top 5 challenges that you are likely to encounter as you begin the process of transformation.

  3. Section 3 – Deployment

    This section outlines the key models that can be used to determine the “blend” of training from ILT to varied degrees of online training mix. More significantly, it provides cues on how to use our Step-by-Step toolkit that you can use to chart your way forward.

  4. Section 4 – Tips and Best Practices

    This section outlines the practical tips and best practices that can be used to increase the impact of blended training. These cues in addition to the Step-by-Step toolkit will assist you in creating a successful transformation.

  5. Section 5 – Featuring 7 success stories

    The last section of the eBook features 7 success stories that will give you a food for thought and practical insights for blending a similar ILT program.

    This includes:

    1. 5 examples featuring corporate training on how you can enhance the impact of ILT by adopting a blended training approach.

    2. 2 examples featuring how you can enhance the impact of ILT by adopting a blended training approach in higher education.

According to the 2016 Benchmark Report: The State of Online Training, ‘Technology has not decreased the demand for Instructor-Led Training, but gives instructors new tools to reach learners...The trend in Instructor-Led Learning is enablement through technology, both in hybrid and fully virtual delivery.’

You go for blended training because you want to reach high impact rates. Need I remind you that this is not something that comes the moment you decide to leave good-old instructor-led training? Fortunately, there is help for designing and implementing blended training programs in the form of this step-by-step guide by EI design, plus seven success stories. After reading it you will know what to keep, what to lose, what to bring in and how to blend it altogether and deploy them in a way that will guarantee you the high-impact result you aim for.

Christopher Pappas

Christopher Pappas
Founder of The eLearning Industry's Network