The Hybrid Learning Model: Should You Adopt It for Corporate Training?

Remote work isn’t a freelancer’s extravaganza anymore. And it certainly isn’t just a solution to work from home while recovering from surgery or assisting a sick child.

With the growth of global workforces and a craving for flexibility, remote work is a reality and a choice. Nevertheless, nearly 50 percent of organizations haven’t adopted the fully remote work model. Instead, they adopted a meet-in-the-middle approach—the hybrid work model, with which came an associated increase in hybrid learning.

Curious to learn what learning (and training) hybridly means and what it can do for your company? Keep on reading!

What is hybrid learning?

The hybrid learning model consists of having some learners attend training sessions in person, whereas others join those sessions online from wherever they are. This means instructors deliver training remotely and on-site simultaneously.

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