Online training has changed forever since last year

This guide is a result of a special strategy session at the end of 2020 with some fifty CEOs, directors, owners and senior managers of the largest trainers in the Benelux.

The central question was: “How are training providers preparing for 2021?”. In addition to strategic advice and valuable insights, it brought together a community that does not actually meet often, but is very useful to each other.

Discover what blended learning should look like in 2021, the role of retraining and further training, which questions should you ask yourself as a trainer, which practical examples can you learn from? This and much more will be discussed.

This guide is not a crystal ball, but with so much training wisdom put together you will give yourself the best chance of success as a trainer.

Take a look at our other
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How to become a blended learning chef?

10 tips on how to sell e-learning

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