In today’s unprecedented environment, it is an ever-growing reality that organisations are tasked with identifying ways of digitally transforming their learning and reviewing how an innovative learning culture could fit into new or existing business models. Leaders need to set up business continuity plans while considering ways to keep a thriving learning culture with the optimal utilisation of key features of digitisation. This is what we call Programme-based Learning or Programmatic Learning.
The coronavirus pandemic has only accelerated the demand for an agile workforce that can succeed in the digital world. With 70% of CEOs believing their employees don’t have the skills needed to adapt to this new way of working, training and education are needed to fill the gap. There is also a change in demand, new and more complex skill sets are being required to succeed, requiring detailed training over a longer period of time.
In this on-demand session, we partner with the Learning & Performance Institute (LPI) to get a fresh perspective on the opportunities available to re-energise online learning at your organisation and learn more about what companies are doing to meet the reskilling challenge by:
- Redesigning your learning programmes for the modern and agile workplace
- Building engaging and continuous learning experiences that go beyond content
- Leveraging rich on-the-job practice, social interactions and data to drive skills development
- Using state of the art technology to support active and continuous learning online
Developing digital programme-based learning for continued development will be essential long after the coronavirus pandemic is over, allowing businesses to future-proof their workforce.
Watch the webinar in full to discover the benefits of using programmatic learning on your digital learning platform.