With the transition from the initial phase of the COVID-19 outbreak to setting the return-to-work programs in motion, organizations are trying to incorporate the right mix of robust tools, effective communications techniques, and, of course, best practices in digital learning.
The Benefits of Incorporating Microlearning and Bulletins to Your Organization’s Return-to-Work Plan
By breaking down information into smaller, digestible components, the teaching technique of microlearning is the perfect antidote to distance learning. This can be further enhanced with the introduction of cloud-based technology, which provides learners all the flexibility and the features of learning from any location. In sum: problem solved.
With increased levels of remote working, finding ways to drive effective communications becomes a must. Bulletins, which enable users to create short messages, do just that – in 300 characters or less, at that!
Completing the Mix with Best Practices in Digital Learning Success
Implementing best practices, working in conjunction with key tools and techniques, essentially complete the employee training return-to-work strategy.
Here’s a preview:
- Understand your employee’s training needs
- Establish a logical flow for the sessions
- Think about the technological capabilities
- Incorporate a strong security policy
- Have flexibility and configurability
- Leverage analytical tools
That’s just the tip of the iceberg!