Instructor-led Training (ILT) provides the opportunity to exchange ideas in a face-to-face environment. To gain the biggest return on investment, we help Clients craft a teaching strategy that suits the learners and the content. We anticipate areas of confusion or distraction and support a successful training outcome through creative instructional design.
Benefits of PulseLearning’s ILT Solutions
Student interaction: PulseLearning ILT encourages and is propelled by the exchange of ideas and synergy among peers. Our designers can tailor a solution that capitalizes on face-to-face interaction, targeting interpersonal skills such as teamwork, leadership, customer service, and so on. Our ILT design can also be geared toward the personalization of training content, empowering students to share their experiences and make the content more meaningful, memorable, and motivational. Follow-up debrief sessions, forums, and mentor programs can be designed to extend the reach of the training program beyond the classroom and allow students to connect with others facing similar challenges.
Remove potential barriers to success: While organizations may struggle with diversity among students’ technology literacy and ability to focus, PulseLearning ILT offers a solution that removes these potential barriers to success. In a face-to-face environment, technology becomes less of a barrier for students who are not as technology literate as others. Whether through paper and pencil or virtual models, our designs can meet your needs and capitalize on your target audience’s comfort level. Likewise, our ILT design can be as interactive and dynamic as you would like. Our designers can work with you to identify what will make the content most meaningful to your target audience, making it easier for students to focus on the training versus become distracted with their daily job obligations.
Spontaneity and flexibility: PulseLearning ILT empowers Clients to capitalize on the flexibility that is possible in a face-to-face environment. Our Instructor Guides can offer suggestions on how to adapt content to accommodate dynamic collaboration among students. Active learning strategies can be designed at the core of the training and as a supplement that empowers instructors to adapt the content to specific groups. Our designers can identify the best points in the material to conduct spontaneous informal assessments as well as how to adapt the content based on non-verbal cues only visible in a classroom.
Immediate feedback: PulseLearning ILT encourages paced delivery of information and can include discussion prompts to trigger conversation and feedback between the instructor and the students. For training that requires hands-on tasks, PulseLearning ILT can incorporate observation guides and opportunities for immediate feedback in a controlled environment.