Simulation: In a classroom ‐ based course, the first element to consider is a live workspace. The classroom can be simulated into a workplace environment. Some training departments partner with a local work location in order to provide participants with on the job training. Participants can be taken to the work location for a simulation before they leave the classroom.
Virtual training: E‐learning applications allow us to create complex learning environments, so we should be able to use those learning environments to simulate the workplace. A surprise link to a simulation can be sent to participants while they are in the virtual classroom. This concept brings the unscheduled element to the simulation while also giving the participants the opportunity to step out of the virtual classroom for a while.
Structure and Delivery: The delivery and structure of the program is in itself an innovation. It comes from how you make the program applicable to today’s world in your organization. The structure and delivery of training are the areas to focus on when considering innovation of a program. Looking at the structure of the program, the way to innovate structure is to create a structure that propels the program forward. Goals are created for participants. The goals should be based on actual job progression and this may be one of the most innovative things you can do for the program and each goal should have an evaluation system attached to it. When it comes to delivery of a program, trainers should consider how they can connect with their participants in today’s world.
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