During the pandemic, companies transitioned to an online training format. When the world opened back up, in-person training became an option again.  

Both formats have their advantages, but how can companies get the best of both worlds, connecting face-to-face without losing the advantages of online training? 

The solution lies in hybrid learning, blending in-person and online training to ensure accessibility. Hybrid learning has three main benefits: connection, convenience, and accessibility. 

Benefit #1: Connection 

In-person training events are great for making new connections and building professional relationships; however, constraints due to cost or time can hinder participation. Instead of participants missing out, adapting to a hybrid format allows for both physical and virtual participation. Speakers can be broadcast live and virtual attendees can ask questions and engage in real time, as if they’re physically at the event. After the event, video recordings can be made available, reaching a wider audience for on-demand viewing post-event. 

Benefit #2: Convenience 

Coordinating in-person training can be a logistical challenge. Hybrid learning simplifies this challenge by recording in-person training for those who missed it to review later. Utilizing a platform like BlueVolt, you can upload the training video and collateral used—like worksheets or slide decks—so learners have everything in one place. 

This is not only helpful for people who missed the in-person training, but also for those who were present to have the materials on-hand to review at any time. Additionally, courses can even be used for onboarding, ensuring consistency in training without the need to schedule another full day of in-person training. 

Even trainings that need to be taken in-person can be simplified using a hybrid model: by using BlueVolt to schedule your offline training, you can track registration and attendance as you would with an online course. Additionally, BlueVolt gives you the ability to schedule reminders, ensuring that no one forgets about the event. 

Benefit #3: Accessibility 

In today’s diverse workforce, many are still working remotely. Hybrid learning caters to these employees by offering remote access to potentially missed in-person events.  This allows for an additional point of access to important material and allows all to stay up-to date on new information. 

BlueVolt allows for training to be accessible anytime, anywhere.  

Improving accessibility with on-the-go learning opportunities and enables the target audience to watch from their current location. This flexibility ensures training reaches those who need it. 

Hybrid learning is a vital strategy for organizations looking to adapt to changing times. By embracing this approach, organizations can foster connections, enhance productivity, and ensure accessibility, creating a more effective workforce.  

For more information on the benefits of building a culture of learning, we suggest you read this case study.  

To learn more about incorporating online learning into your company, reach out to us today! 

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