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Blended learning

This way of learning is often called “best of both worlds”. If you would like to implement knowledge and skills from all sorts of disciplines within an organization, then blended learning is the ideal mix. Employees can start with the preparations in an online learning environment, but the application of their skills and (social) interaction is mostly done within a classroom or on-the-job. This is
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The same basic knowledge

The power of blended learning is that it allows all participants in a classroom training to have the same starting point. The foundation of a blended program is that the learning journey is completely co-created by the client, the participant, and RMMBR.

The participant can follow the learning path at his/her own pace. Starting with e-learning, the participant can gain the necessary knowledge before starting with the classroom training. An equal basis for everyone. The trainer will also be able understand the needs for extra attention of the individual participants.

Book results

Due to the advent of e-learning, training courses can be realized in less time. More reach, less physical requirements. Only where and when it is relevant and adds value. To directly go in-depth with the knowledge gained from e-learning. To be able to progress through the e-learning at your own pace and to practice where and when necessary. For example, you can discuss cases in class, or have interventions about difficult situations that occur in healthcare. Also, it’s possible to apply various conversation techniques with a difficult customer and evaluate this in class. These are all examples of blended learning. Make sure to check out the success stories of our customers…

Our new employees have an excellent entry level of knowledge, and they are very well trained. It’s amazing! We will be celebrating this success soon this summer!

Manager at ANWB member service center