VILT: Training’s Overlooked Stepchild

Imagine for a moment that you have been asked to lead a team to create a training program for a medium-size organization.

This organization has around 25,000 employees and roughly 12,000 of them have to go through the training program. The training is designed to shift a fundamental way that the business fulfills their work-orders, so it is rather complex in nature.

Naturally there are many complexities when it comes to creating programs for an audience of this size, but most of the time projects like this will start with developing a training plan.

In this plan the key stakeholders and considerations will be identified. Also identified in this plan is the delivery method of the training.

In my experience training initiatives like this will require a few delivery methods. It’s not a question of using either live training or elearning. Both will be used.

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