Blended Learning

Undoubtedly, technology has revolutionised learning. Over the past few decades, recent emerging technologies have redesigned the teaching and learning methods.

Blended learning – training which combines elements of traditional learning approach with new media-rich self-paced design, is a combination of offline tete-a-tete and web-based online teaching and learning -in a way that both compliment each other.

Mixed Mode Model - Blended Learning

In this blended environment, learners experience a more self-directed, focused and autonomous learning. With this cost-effective and learner-centred method, learners experience the best of both worlds.

For instance, the trainee attends a class in the traditional setting and then enhances his learning with blended learning resources in ppt or pdf. So he/she needs to physically attend the class only once in 7 days and thereafter can learn at his/her own pace.

Also known as hybrid learning , mixed-mode courses or flipped classrooms, blended training uses different forms in the e-learning environment. While some companies seldom use blended learning solutions, other organisations employ it as the fundamental training approach.

Advantages of Blended Learning:

  • It enables students/trainees to share learning and work in a collaborative setting.
  • The learning experience gets supplemented with group projects and information assembled from online resources and lessons.
  • Trainees who finish the online coursework and after that attend the synergistic face-to-face sessions have a more fruitful learning experience.
  • Learning Management Systems and electronic devices like tablets, smartphones complements the blended learning models.
  • It helps reduce the number of real-world classes by replacing some with individual or group web-based interactive training exercises.
  • Sessions can be entirely online- enabling learners to participate and complete the course at any time, from anywhere.
  • With our e-learning solutions, we assist your blended training programmes to be flexible, global, practical and innovative.