We’re very pleased to announce a new webinar from 3g Selling titled “Breaking Down the Walls of the Physical Classroom: A Vision for Continuous Learning in a Technology Enabled World.” It will be broadcast on Thursday, March 17, 2011 from 10:00-11:00 a.m. PT.
Register for the webinar here.
This webinar is a must-attend event for L&D leaders and training decision-makers looking to optimize and increase the impact of their overall training mix. We look forward to having you at the event.
As workforces have become more geographically dispersed, more mobile and more reliant upon multi-threaded, continuous learning approaches, live virtual training is beginning to take center stage in the organizational training strategy. Simultaneously—and for precisely the same reasons—the effectiveness and relevance of physical classroom training has diminished greatly.
In this exclusive webinar, Martyn Lewis, Principal at 3g Selling, will explore key societal and learning trends that have fundamentally changed the way training experiences must be designed and delivered.
Focusing on learner engagement and motivation, the webinar will provide a pragmatic perspective on today’s numerous learning modalities and which work best for different learners in different contexts. We’ll then look at how—with live virtual as the centerpiece of the organizational training strategy—these modalities can fit together to create an effective and continuous learning environment.
In the webinar, you will see and learn:
- Societal and learning trends that have changed the face of training
- How and why live virtual training has emerged as the centerpiece of the organizational training strategy
- Why physical classroom training has diminished in effectivenss and relevance
- What drives learner motivation and engagement in today’s world
- The different manifestations of virtual: why real-time collaboration and interaction is still crucial to training results
- How numerous training modalities can fit into your overall training mix to create an optimal (and ongoing) training experience