Too many options
Most of us know all about classroom learning, don’t we? And I would guess that most people know about online learning these days.
But the question that is often asked is which is best?
The answer is that it depends.
Technology has certainly revolutionised the workplace. These changes have also altered the way that we view and consume education. But, like anything that promises great things, there are also challenges.
The pandemic saw a rapid change from going into work to working from home and onto a more hybrid model.
During this period, Ligtas witnessed a rise in organisations and individuals purchasing online training.
Despite this growth, we know that any kind of learning requires flexible schedules, proper time management, and a learning mindset. Plus, putting learning into action and think about where to apply their new knowledge and how to put it into action in the most effective way.
The empowered learner will grow in confidence.
Only people can learn, only people can acquire and put knowledge into action, and only people can make a difference in their working environments if they can take the right course suited to their learning style.
Where do we go from here?
The first thing to remember is that learning can never be stopped. By its very nature, it is a lifelong process for both the individual and the organisation. People love to learn and enjoy applying their learning to practical applications, which provides their organisations with many benefits.
So, which is best? Let’s start with online learning.