F2F to Digital Learning – How to successfully adapt
What are the top challenges HR and L&D professionals face when switching from face-to-face (F2F) to digital learning and dealing with accelerated digital transformation? How can you overcome these challenges and what are the top things to keep in mind? Speexx has been helping global organizations through this transition, so join our masterclass webinar and see why Speexx is the new digital normal.
Meet your hosts
Meet Giulia Beltrami
Giulia is our Director of Studies for Italy and Training Manager for Global Services, and has always worked in the training field. She joined Speexx Italy in 2010 and implemented the entire train the trainer system for coaches management in the Italian branch. Since 2020 she is part of the Global training management team, working closely in the support for Virtual classroom coaches and in the architecture of customized learning paths, helping many of the Speexx customers make a smooth transition to digital learning.
Meet Achim Brueckner
Achim is a Solution’s Architect and Senior Customer Success Manager for Speexx. Starting as a trainer at Speexx himself, Achim has been on all sides of the fence. Hence, he has wide expertise in the design of language training and assessment programs based on context analysis and implementation methods, integration of the Speexx continuous learning solutions into LMS, LXP, and HRMS, technical consulting, training, and coaching for global teams, as well as customer success process analysis and optimization.
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5 Questions to Ask When Switching From F2F to Digital
Digital learning is an opportunity to make relevant, personalized learning accessible to people whenever, wherever. Offering online language learning allows people to learn flexibly, stay engaged, and, most importantly, stay safe during these times, while reducing business costs as well.
Choosing the right tools for digital learning
It’s obvious that if you’re going to move to digital learning, you have to be sure that all your digital tools are working in order. Many organizations use a variety of software tools, what with so many enticing solutions on the market.
Integrating all this software, piecing it together, is no simple feat, and you want to be certain of successful tech integration (meaning that your employees are not only using the technology daily but have access to a variety of tools that match the task at hand and provide them with the opportunity to build a deeper understanding of content).
Adapting your workforce to digital learning
Online learning is like remote working – it’s going to be the norm. It already is the norm, and will stay this way for the foreseeable future. Digital learning is an opportunity to make relevant, personalized learning accessible to people whenever, wherever. Offering online language learning allows people to learn flexibly, stay engaged, and, most importantly, stay safe during these times (when caution is still necessary), while reducing business costs as well. With digital learning, employees have complete control over their learning schedules. This flexibility makes it possible for people to learn at their own convenience.