The face or workplace learning has changed. Digital technologies are no longer an ‘add-on’ part of the wider L&D strategy – they are the driver. The role learning and development teams play in enabling and empowering learning has never been more important. Is this why the concept of ‘learning in the flow of work’ has captured so much interest and innovation within the L&D community?
At Virtual College we are being asked more and more to help our clients create learning programmes and build content that reflects this change not only in technology but in learning culture. This session aims to offer some of the context to this emerging trend and share some of the practical learning design techniques Virtual College are developing and adopting support our clients make the change.