4 Reasons Instructor-Led Training Isn’t Dead

Instructor-led training (ILT) happens in a classroom and is often regarded as the more traditional, formal version of training, while eLearning is technology-based and the learner can take it at any time. With the popularity and convenience of eLearning, it’s easy to disregard ILT as a “thing of the past” or an “old way of doing things.”

But not so fast! ILT is still a vital component in learning when used appropriately. And, for many employees and content areas, this can be the most effective method of training. ILT doesn’t need to be the boring lecture most students associate with the classroom. Using technology in the classroom and flipping the classroom—so that the instructor acts as a facilitator of learning, rather than a lecturer—are two examples of the modern ILT.

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