5 Learning Management Workshop that No Training Managers can resist!
1. Cost Reduction in learning and development investments with Blended learning.
Blended learning is the process of identifying learning needs and designing and implementing a mixture of learning interventions that take into account the organisational capabilities, operational requirements and learners learning styles and constrains. While blended learning promises cost reduction and scalability of organisation as well as personalization for each learner, it has a number of challenges that need to be addressed such as low motivation and time constrains from learners.
This practical program offers a paradigm shift in employee learning and development. You will learn how to design, implement and measure blended learning for your organisation with very little or no investment required to do so.
2. Competency Based Learning Needs Analysis.
Organisations understand the value that learning & development offers, hence their willingness to invest. The challenge still remains where to invest, and which investment will have a positive impact on organisational productivity.
Traditionally organisations use the guess or desire method to identify learning needs. That is to say a manager decides what employee should learn or the employee states through surveys or requests learning opportunities. These methods have proven to not be reliable and business centric.
This course shall equip you with methods, processes and procedures and tools you would need to use competency framework as basis to identify learning needs that match with business requirements.
3. Administration of Learning Plans.
Learning and Development is increasingly occupying an important part in the list of the top priorities of organisations. Positive ambition towards growth is crucial and keeping up with the latest advancements is challenging. This is the reason why knowing how to effectively and efficiently design and administer learning plans has become so necessary.
The learning and development function can help plan and shape a workforce to meet ever changing business needs and there is a clear link between learning, motivation and the achievement of corporate goals.
This course examines all aspects of the learning/training administration cycle and focuses on enabling learning administrators to enhance the learning & development function through effectively managing their part of the learning and development process.
4.Measuring the ROI of Learning and Development
Companies are often challenged to maintain a compensation system that balances internal equity with external competitiveness and is also aligned to the total strategic intent of the organisation. An efficient Compensation and Benefits management system is necessary for every company to attract, motivate and retain employees.
Designing a fair and objective compensation and benefits framework that uses a number of factors that are important to the organisation is the essential step. This process is then incorporated in the compensation and benefit policy that should be communicated organisation wide and implemented or applied in recruitment, promotions, transfers and salary adjustment requests. This course is designed to provide you with step-by-step process of Compensation Management that achieves fair pay among employees and is competitive in the market place.
5. Instructional Design
Instructional design is the systematic process by which instructional materials are designed, developed, and delivered to learners using blended learning interventions.
Unlike curriculum design, which is ‘what’ the learner will learn, instructional design is ‘how’ they will learn it. Instructional designers develop courses of instruction on specific topics. While instructional designers may utilise subject matter experts to get the ‘what,’ they additionally develop the course delivery methods and evaluation methods.
Advancement in technology and Internet infrastructure has made possible delivering of wide range of learning interventions that were not possible before. In addition to that increase in employee turnover and workload pressures in corporate environment demands learning interventions that reflect the needs of the organisation.
This course is ideal for anyone responsible for creating training. It gives you a complete tool kit on how to develop instruction design with learners and organisation needs in mind.