Converting In-person Training to Online Training

The surge in remote work this year has meant that many companies have had to reevaluate their L&D programs.

Despite the rise of online training, most companies prefer in-person training sessions. Research from Brandon Hall Group shows that 96% of companies provide instructor-led training, and according to Training Industry, most learners say they prefer training that’s delivered in person.

That, however, is not possible right now. The Covid-19 pandemic has put a halt to conventions and training days; it’s simply not safe to fly your employees out to a conference for several days of training with hundreds of other colleagues right now. Nor is it safe to pack a local conference room with employees and an instructor.

With many people working from home — the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that nearly a quarter of American workers are working from home due to the pandemic — training will have to change. That’s especially true when you consider that many organizations are now hiring for virtual positions.

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