Training Strategy Development
Blended learning has obtained a poor reputation in some quarters, principally it has been used as a cost cutting mechanism rather than a tool to enhance learning. Properly applied, blended learning can make use of elapsed time, taking advantage of the gaps between learning sessions, especially if there is a "tutor" available to field questions on a timely basis (see our online valuation consulting service which is often used to clarify issues which arise during blended learning programmes).
We help firms develop and evaluate their training strategies, by connecting up the users (line managers and participants) with the appropriate course blend, design and delivery. We also advise on the launching of new programmes.