Learning could be either synchronous or asynchronous. There can be times when classroom-training is simply not possible for say, the numbers involved in target audience and thereby, feasibility of it. There can also be times when you need to get some training out there really very quickly and you just don’t have the time to go through the lifecycle of a great elearning module. What do you then? Worry not because there is a solution for this too and the answer is Rapid eLearning.
There are quite some situations wherein rapid elearning is the best possible solution. Here are a few:
Often it so happens that the L&D department doesn’t have enough moolah to spare to train a group of people yet there is an impending need to provide this training. Managers tend to go with silly slideshows which are totally not the solution for the audience’s learning…
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