The Blended Learning Approach

Embracing a wider range of delivery methods allows greater flexibility to respond to learners needs and can reduce costs.

Using self study or eLearning for underpinning knowledge and building awareness and focusing skills based workshops on practical skills, relevant to the risks staff face in their work, means that more expensive 'classroom time' is used to best effect. Resources, in terms of staff time and trainer delivery costs are reduced without compromising the effectiveness of the learning outcomes. The mix of learning styles can also help to keep learners engaged. 

Blended learning approaches can include:

  • ELearning to induct and refresh knowledge

  • Course based training / workshops for skills development

  • Modular ‘Toolbox’ training delivered locally by nominated individuals

  • Workplace coaching to update, refresh skills, rehearse and problem solve