Take part in our survey and win an iPad mini
The survey will take 5 to 10 minutes to complete. Respondents who complete the survey by 28 November 2014 will go into a draw to win a new iPad mini.
About the survey:
Workplace learning is an important and integral part of modern employee development. With slowing economies and budget constraints it is more difficult for L&D departments to create engaging and effective learning. They have to look into new ways of utilising different tools for their training delivery.
Face to face training is still at the centre of many workplace learning programs, with retention rates that depend heavily on the quality of facilitation and delivery methodology. Therefore, is F2F in fact expensive, time consuming and inflexible for a large workforce?
eLearning programs as part of a workplace learning and development strategy are valuable but due to poorly designed courses, endless box ticking and boring information overload, they have acquired a negative reputation.
Is 'blended learning', the mix of instructor lead lessons and engaging digital training, a solution?
We have created a survey to identify the common challenges and opportunities in workplace learning strategy. We are interested in what the average mix of training methodologies is right now and the main tools being used to deliver this training.
Focus of interest:
- What is the correlation between industry and training methodologies?
- What is the correlation between training delivery and learning retention?
- Why are L&D professionals unhappy with traditional delivery methodologies?
- What are the key trends right now in delivering workplace training programs?
- Have eLearning and blended learning programs increased? Why?
The objective of this survey is to create an insightful report for L&D professionals about the actual mix of training methodologies used and their effectiveness throughout different industries. The survey will also identify trends and how they influence workplace training strategy.
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