Improving Instructor-Led Training in the Classroom and Virtually

Instructor-led training (ILT) is a fundamental type of learning and development that is popular for a variety of reasons. It follows the traditional teacher-student model, which creates an environment in which learners are able to interact with each other and an expert on the subject in order to gain knowledge or proficiency. Beyond that, instructor-led training is a popular choice because it is a learning format that many are familiar with and can adapt to easily. In the realm of L&D, instructor-led training tends to require significant planning, buy-in, and funding, so it’s important that you work hard to get it right for your learners and your organization. Creating the most effective version of ILT can save you time and money and prevent learner burnout. First, let’s take a look at the differences between instructor-led training in the classroom and in a virtual environment.

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