The rapid technical change in the age of digitization means that the need for learning increases. But especially the frequency in which adults have to learn is steadily increasing. This learning need needs to be met - but how?
Today's requirements give the impression that learning has to take up a much larger part of working time than it used to be. Well, if the didactic methods do not change, the expenditure of time increases and with it the pressure on the learners. The result: efficiency decreases while the learning workload increases. It becomes a zero-sum game.
The following erroneous assumption is also strongly represented: E-learning is suitable as preparation for face-to-face training in order to save time and be flexible. The Training efficiency is rarely questioned in this context! In retrospect, it often turns out that the cost / benefit ratio with this constellation did not turn out as hoped. Was the content too heavy to be trained in the form of an e-learning? Was there a lack of motivation?
In fact, the learning success can be seen less in the training content than in the didactics and the resulting Motivation of the participants. A person learns all the more more effectivethe more comfortable he feels. With high-quality didactic training, there does not have to be any lazy compromises between economic efficiency and user-friendliness, i.e. humanity. However, this is unfortunately still far too seldom the case these days.
If didactic means are not used - or only to a limited extent - this is usually only noticeable in face-to-face training because the productivity of the participants does not increase to the extent expected. And that is due to the bad and generally difficult measurable learning success! If important didactic means are also neglected when carrying out e-learning, the training is often terminated prematurely by the user. This results in a non-measurable, because nonexistent, learning success. In both cases, expectations are not met.
E-learning usually requires more Discipline than the presence variant. The key to success here lies in the Group dynamics, which promotes the stamina of the participants. A clear advantage of face-to-face training - which e-learning makes use of! Today most people meet in their workplace largely analogue and digital. There are also plenty of motivators to further promote a digital group feeling.
On the other hand, it is not enough just to enrich the existing training portfolio with dispassionate e-learning. Of course, you want to avoid the disadvantages of face-to-face training such as time and location dependency. But pure e-learning without it didactic means and Practical sophistication experience has shown that it has many disadvantages (e.g. acceptance problems, motivation problems), so that the overall training is often not improved at all. The overall result may even be worse!
Bizlearn therefore offers tried and tested Blended learning methodswith which the advantages of the aforementioned learning methods can be optimally and practically combined. Your participants learn Independent of time and placethat is training personalized and is based on the individual's level of knowledge. Redundancies are avoided. The positive group dynamics and self-motivation are strengthened. The participants are taken by the hand online at any time and optimally, so that a continuous support is guaranteed. All Learning successes are anonymized measurable and understandable. In the end we are talking about a high one Personal responsibility of the participants paired with optimal time and budget savings. It becomes a win-win situation.