Blended learning is a term used to describe the mix of educational methods or approaches. It commonly refers to an educational experience that includes computer-based component and a “face-to-face” component, such as classroom teaching.

Most of our blended learning approaches focus on the right balance mixed approaches for the right ingredients. This is to make the best blend as there is no one ideal “blend” for learning; rather, it is a matter of providing the right tools and experiences for a particular set of educational objectives for a given learner.

We have blended 6 types of training.

  • Live face-to-face (formal)
  • Live face-to-face (informal)
  • Virtual collaboration/synchronous
  • Virtual collaboration/asynchronous
  • Self-paced learning
  • Performance support

Blended learning takes vision, discipline and the right ingredients to make the best blend for effective learning. We, at C&K, follow a systematic analysis and design approach for success in blended learning.

Blended learning is an important training approach at C&K, both online and offline, because there is a need for human contact and face-to-face interaction when learning occurs. This is also because people learn in multiple ways. Another reason for using blended learning is that there may still be large gaps in the production of educational content for online learning. Using blend learning makes things interesting for learners.

Additional benefits of blended learning include:

  • Consistent delivery of message
  • Ability to self-pace
  • Refresher materials
  • Reduced classroom time
  • More effective training staff
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