In a recent study from Training Industry research, 70 percent of learning leaders said using multiple modalities to deliver training is crucial to that training program’s success. Fifty-two percent said they use three to six modalities to deliver each course. It’s clear that to reach 21st-century leaders, L&D must make training easily consumable and accessible when and where the learner needs it most. Technology can no longer be just the way a course is delivered; it must be leveraged intelligently during instructional design to engage learners and sustain training.
This Training Industry webinar, sponsored by LEO Learning was hosted by Imogen Casebourne, director of learning, and Gareth Jones, principal consultant. Watch the recording to be shown:
- Evidence for the efficacy of using a variety of approaches and activities during training
- How the role of technology in L&D has changed and how you can leverage it for amplified and sustained results, despite learners being short on time and on the go
- How to design effective multi-modal learning to engage learners quickly and efficiently
- How to track the impact of both formal and informal learning