Hot off the presses! Our 2019 Training Trends Report is available for download. As a new year kicks into high gear, changes in technology, learner demographics and preferences are creating new challenges and opportunities for training and continuing education...
Have you heard? Millennials are killing off entire products and industries with their contemporary lifestyle and purchasing behaviors. It may be time to evaluate and evolve your training programs, questioning old assumptions and norms.
Associations should consider a blended classroom learning strategy, where learners interact with printed materials, an LMS, mobile content and even virtual and augmented reality as part of a single learning experience that facilitates a deeper understanding of how to apply knowledge.
Innovation in the continuing education and training industry means producing and delivering innovative educational programming. But what does "innovation" actually mean? How do we achieve it? The opening keynote session at the 2018 ICE Exchange Conference led by Dr. Megan Alrutz, challenged attendees to think outside the box and go beyond comfort zones.
When it comes to new training and learning trends, associations—and all organizations for that matter, should look outside their own industry to get a better sense of what’s actually happening. Check out these top learning trends from 2018.