If that’s the case, think about the people you need to train. Are there any special characteristics you have to keep in mind? For example, if you come to the conclusion that your target audience isn’t able to make a face-to-face meeting once a week and that they don’t have access to the Internet, it’s quite inconvenient to start a blended learning course with online elements. Seems obvious, but you won’t know until you start a bit of research.
One of the most effective ways to get this analysis done is by talking to a few members of the target group. Ask them how they like to learn, what their daily schedule looks like and if they miss the knowledge or skills you will be teaching them.
If your target audience fits the characteristics of blended learning and you are convinced your problem will be solved by the application of blended learning, only then should you proceed with step 1.
Keep in mind: the different analyses described above are the ones that give you the most relevant starting points for your blended course!