Blended Learning

When creating a training plan, the question arises which is better: training through online courses or face-to-face in a facilitated classroom?

There are uniques merits to both options, which is why, when appropriate, we recommend a blended approach in order to gain the benefits of each approach. In many cases, for example, e-learning can be used to help your employees gain a strong foundation, and then follow up in a facilitated classroom can help reinforce key goals and objectives, and ensure that they are optimally implemented in the workplace.

Contact us to find out which learning soluton is best for you.

Proven Success: Liquid Capital

Liquid Capital is a market leader in providing funding solutions to small, medium, and emerging mid-market businesses. ClicKnowledge created a blended training solution for Liquid Capital’s funding experts (whom they call Principals), which includes over 25 e-learning modules, each with a corresponding workbook that contains assignments and case studies. Each case study is then incorporated into an in-class instructor-led session where the main points are reviewed and expanded upon and the workbook assignments are discussed. The result is that Principals have a more robust understanding of their offerings, the sales process, and the back office processing, as well as being better equipped to meet their clients’ needs.

 

Proven Success: McKesson Canada

McKesson Canada’s Retail Banner Group wanted to implement a behavioural change in all of its staff within their retail pharmacies across Canada as a part of its “Pharmacy of the Future” program. ClicKnowledge created a blended solution which included a set of introductory e-learning modules followed by instructor-led training in class sessions where they modelled behaviour based on a set of short videos which featured positive and negative examples modeled on the desired behaviour.