Session hosted and recorded on Thursday, September 16  

Category: Best Practices | Business Decision Maker


Inadequate employee training has been identified as a root cause of high turnover rates, costing over $600 billion a year across all industries. Compiled with the challenges faced by organizations and employees alike from the COVID-19 pandemic, effective training solutions seem more limited than they once were. That coupled with the driving cost of training materials, programs, instructors, tools and associated productivity loss for training is contributing to some of the highest turnover rates our workforce has ever seen.

So what’s an organization to do? Blended learning may be the solution you need.

Blended learning is the combination of offline (face-to-face, traditional learning) and online learning in a way that the one compliments the other. Traditional training coupled with Challenge Labs, our proprietary short, scenario-based, hands-on scored labs, offer a cost-effective solution that is customized to your organization’s goals with built-in metrics to assess employee competencies gained. This novel training approach is designed for inclusion of diverse learning styles, supporting increased retention of new information and higher return on investment for your organization.

In this webinar, you will learn how to optimize your ROI when investing in a blended learning solution for employee training, how this has benefited organizations like yours and better understand various training solutions to increase employee retention and value.

Key Takeaways

1. Understand what blended learning is and how this assessed training could benefit your organization
2. Learn the importance of using performance-based metrics to assess employee competencies
3. See the financial and labor resource benefits of blended learning training solutions

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Brian Bork is a Technical Content and Event Manager at Learn on Demand Systems.  Brian became an MCT in 1999. He has taught Microsoft, UNIX, Linux, HTML/PHP and IIS technologies all over the world. Still certified as an MCT, Brian now teaches educational soft-skills about remote/virtual/online delivery technologies.