CHALLENGES OF ONLINE TRAINING IN THE NEW NORMALITY
“The online training revolution is here to stay” this phrase has become more meaningful than ever due to the current situation in which we have had to look for virtual alternatives to continue with our normal life.
We have experienced how to move training processes into the digital realm, in addition to being a solution for the current situation, it has many more possibilities and future.
However, it is still something new and difficult to be accepted, which is why we have to reinvent the way we teach.
Before, presentations worked as a support, focusing attention on the speaker, however, through video conferences, the main character is the slide, which is why they must be adapted to this new form of teaching, creating a more enjoyable and visually attractive content to keep the attention of students.
Once we get used to this form of teaching, we can enjoy the rest of the benefits that this type of training provides.
The new normality is going to be full of changes in our way of acting, both in the street, at home, with our friends and family and of course in our work.
Those spaces where people from different homes meet and use different methods of transport to get there will be where we will have to take special care to protect our loved ones. That is why online training, as well as having been a great solution during confinement, should continue to be applied to minimise risks.
We must not forget that online training is not just a temporary solution, but has many advantages.
Let us remember that within online training there are different typologies, there are moocs or recorded video-training, where students consume learning content in audiovisual format but without interacting with other people. On the other hand, there is live training, where students interact directly with the teacher through a virtual classroom or videoconference programme.
Within this live training, we find personalised online training, which has the characteristics of a face-to-face training: closeness, monitoring of students, adaptation of the content to the specific needs of the company….
We can choose the best professional in the field to give the classes, regardless of where he or she is, saving travel costs for both the teacher and the students. In addition, the training can be either in groups or one-to-one, depending on the needs of your employees. For example, if you want to train your employees in French, most of them need to raise their level but one employee wants to focus on business French, two separate trainings would be done, one in groups to raise the level of the employees and one one-to-one for business French.
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