How do you make learning & development last? How do you maintain the momentum back at work?
The answer is follow-up. Follow-up is essential to achieve a faster learning curve. LDL blended solutions combine classroom programmes with elearning prompts.
The combination of face-to-face development with post event elearning is increasingly recognised as the way to go by clients looking for the best return on their learning investment.
eprompts – LDL’s on-line learning reinforcement system.
Here’s how it works. You or your team attend an instructor led programme where the skill rich, interactive, high-impact style provides the learning necessary to help you achieve your objectives. However your learning experience does not end with the programme. One week after the programme concludes you receive in your inbox the first of three weekly eprompts.
Each prompt is designed to:
- Remind you of key skills
- Provide further insights and learning
- Reignite your resolve to apply the skills
LDL eprompts keep the momentum going and are available on most open and in-company courses. A free e-helpdesk is also available on all courses. In-company clients can have elearning follow-up tailored to their exact requirements.
“These (e)reminders are fantastic, thank you so much. I’m sharing them with other directors here.”
— SG, Partner, Grant Butler Coomer, Public Relations
In-company, the blended approach can also include:
- Pre-course online questionnaire (individual or 360), to encourage delegates to set stretching learning objectives prior to the learning event.
- Post-course follow-up questionnaire (individual or 360), to further encourage delegates to apply the learning and ensure skill transfer in the workplace.
- Online, a simple Training Needs Analysis can be conducted, ensuring the right training is delivered in a timely way.
- Online competence testing (in conjunction with an organisation’s own competency model) can be developed, as part of a Training Needs Analysis, or as an additional recruitment tool.
- Online multimedia elearning on both desktop and mobile devices.