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How to implement role-based training for your tech teams

Role-based training can help organizations upskill and cross-skill their existing employees to fit into new job roles. These trainings mimic the real-life scenarios that the employees might face when they are on the job. Role-based trainings provides a holistic understanding of the complete job role rather than just individual technologies.
Skill assessments can be administered to measure skill gaps and proficiency levels of the employees. Accordingly, they can be given different role-based training. These trainings may include hands-on labs, assignments and assessments.

Building an agile learning culture at workplaces using technology

Agile learning allows for speed, flexibility and collaboration, all of which should be leveraged to build a better learning culture.

An organization can build an agile learning culture by leveraging the technology available at its disposal. Arrange for the learning to be such that there are plenty of breaks and that the learners get to collaborate with each other.

A vision is needs to be built to set the organization’s objective with respect to learning and development. All the necessary stakeholders need to be looped into the process. Build a culture where employees learn together.

Choosing a learning solution? Tick off these 8 items.

Organizations worldwide are estimated to be spending almost $360 billion on Learning and Development (L&D). Although this number came down slightly during the pandemic, it is set to soar in the face of the Great Resignation. If you are planning to invest in Learning and Development by adopting an integrated learning solution, you need to weigh your choices, it is after all a long-term investment. You have to consider the diverse needs of your entire organization, while keeping in mind that your employees have to achieve meaningful business outcomes. Given below are some things you should keep in mind while choosing the right learning solution for your organization.

9 Ways To Make Virtual Training Sessions More Engaging

9 Ways To Make Virtual Training Sessions More Engaging

As more organizations continue to operate remotely, VILT (Virtual Instructor Led Training) remains the primary mode of instruction for employee trainings. Since employees are more accustomed to classroom training, learner engagement can be a challenge. L&D professionals can however remedy that in many ways. They can start by encouraging learner participation and creating feedback loops. Gamification, keeping the learning conversational and breakout sessions can help as well.