Blended Learning



Blended Learning

Blended Learning

Blended Learning delivers targeted learning when a learner needs it. It combines online, and self-paced teaching to provide learners with the right amount of time and speed to best meet their goals.

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Flexible training

The rise of challenges, such as COVID-19 or the worldwide climate change, encourages us to find alternatives to physical meetings. Blended Learning offers a solution by combining the advantages of digital learning and classical training. It helps your organization become more flexible when it comes to training and contributes to a more sustainable business model.

Well-trained professionals

Classical training is known not to be the most exciting. In fact, it can be quite boring. In our experience, a major contributor to that is the lack of connection to the real world challenges your team faces. Blended Learning offers a rich learning experience based on real world challenges

Match the speed

People learn in different ways and at different speeds. It is important to take the different skills and abilities within your workforce into account. Blended Learning splits up information in portions that can be easily processed. This way, a learner's training matches their level of knowledge and experience, and lets learners train at their own speed.

Scale-up your training

Face-to-face training time is valuable. Blended Learning provides learners with opportunities to train without the need of an expert in the room. Combine this with face-to-face training after the professionals have prepared themselves, and improve the efficiency of your training immensely.


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A future-proof organization

Successful businesses need to be able to react on changes in their environment, such as the COVID-19 pandemic or measures taken by governments to reduce CO2 emissions. With Blended Learning, your organization becomes more agile and can respond more quickly to the ever changing external factors.

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Shorten employee learning time

Blended Learning combines the advantages of digital learning and face-to-face training. Digital learning stimulates every learner to follow the modules at his own pace, while their training results and progress is traced, giving their supervisors the opportunity to offer support on topics they are struggling with. For example, the face-to-face trainings are suitable to get in-depth questions answered, and the learner can assess the learned material. Digital learning therefore provides a knowledge foundation for face-to-face training, which shortens the total training time and reinforces knowledge.

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Reduce the cost of training

Gathering a team for a whole physical training day is inefficient and expensive due to the travel time, accommodation costs, or production time losses resulting from a lack of employees. Blended Learning allow learners to first train their needed skills using a digital format, which is accessible at any time, from anywhere. This allows face to face training to be shorter and to the point, focusing on clarifying and improving the previously developed skills. This results in lower overall costs, and at the same time a deeper understanding of the learning material.

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Niels Rop

Niels Rop

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