Good online learning is deceptively
simple but very engaging with a depth knowledge that is delivered
almost without the learner realising they are absorbing it. It takes
time and skill to build and embed the level of knowledge and feedback
required behind an interactivity, an infographic, a cartoon or other
seemingly light-hearted devices.
The PowerPoint and notes that worked
for you face to face will need a radical overhaul to grab and hold
learners or trainees attention online.
Taking people out of their normal work for ‘training days’
is not cost-effective and does not recognise the different ways
in which people learn; online learning enables everyone to learn
at their own pace, in small or large bites at a time and revisit
as often as they want or need.