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Meeting the needs of today’s employees with online training

Meeting the needs of today’s employees with online training


Companies need to implement an effective training plan to facilitate continuous learning and development for their employees, remote or not. Providing a flexible working environment and implementing online training are two very efficient ways to meet the needs of today’s employees and set them up on the way to success.

types of asynchronous training

Exploring 5 types of asynchronous training

Remote Training

Remote employees will still need to learn and develop professionally. Therefore, trainers and instructional designers need to step up their game and create the best asynchronous training experiences for them. Let’s explore some options:

spectrum between synchronous and asynchronous training

The spectrum between synchronous and asynchronous training

Remote Training

The very first step to take when designing asynchronous training experiences for remote learners is to decide where exactly on the synchronous-asynchronous spectrum the new online training course needs to be. There are at least four different types of training on this spectrum:

LMS will evolve into LXP

Why LMSs will soon have LXP functionality


Slowly but surely the LMS is shifting from a management system to a learning system. A learning experience platform (LXP) takes things a step further by providing more ways for learners to direct and control their own learning experience. Here are a few examples of LXP features that can be a part of a business LMS:

What can go wrong during knowledge transfer

What can go wrong during knowledge transfer and how to avoid that


Even though there are many factors that can negatively affect knowledge transfer, L&D professionals can overcome all of them by employing the right tactics: creatie a safe learning environment, use micro-learning modules and interactive elements, apply spaced repetition and invest in the right training technology.

tips for small businesses on upskilling

Top tips for small businesses on upskilling their workforce


Creating a culture of learning for small and medium-sized businesses can be tricky, with the priorities of such an organization differing from a bigger company, but if you can use the resources and talent that you already have within the company, with the help of technology, you can reap great benefits for the company and for your employees.

LMS reports

Using LMS reports to find pain points in the company’s e-learning programs


There is that popular saying that „information is power”. In this case, gathering relevant data from the LMS to identify and address the pain points that arise in e-learning programs gives L&D specialists the power to design and deploy better courses with a greater positive impact in the organization.


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