Now that things are shifting, many firms are wondering if it’s worth keeping all those live and self-paced virtual learning sessions, or if there should be a return to in-person sessions.
The rapid shift of training to online formats as a result of the pandemic led many organizations to hastily repurpose instructor-led classroom content that was, in many cases, not intended to be delivered via online platforms. Recognizing that something more permanent was needed moving forward, Learning and Development (L & D) teams have begun to reimagine their corporate learning programs to replace these make-shift classes, as well as to more effectively meet the needs of today’s learners.
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