No two organizations are alike. We get that. And we believe that your training needs are as unique as your organization. Below are a few of the training delivery methods that we employ for our customers. Many comprehensive training programs incorporate more than one method of training delivery - this approach of combining delivery methods is known as Blended Training.
Instructor Led Training (ILT)
Typically delivered in a classroom or group setting, ILT is the perfect solution for team training and can incorporate hands-on activities, workshops, group or partner assignments, and much more. Done right, ILT inspires collaboration and teamwork.
On-the-Job (OTJ) Training
For teaching a trade and building hands-on skills, OTJ training is an essential component to your curriculum. This type of training builds a mentor-protege relationship between teacher and student and can be delivered one-on-one or in small groups. eBI Performance Solutions has the expertise to help you develop an OTJ training program that is effective, consistent, and incorporates skills checks to monitor progress along the way.
eLearning or Computer-Based Training (CBT)
Share knowledge and build your team's expertise by converting your content into an online eLearning format. We spice it up by adding graphics, videos, professional narration, engaging learning games and activities, and interactive quizzes to help your learners retain the information. We can even incorporate serious gaming techniques and immersive, scenario-based simulations.
mLearning, or Mobile Learning, allows you to launch your training from a mobile device, such as a smart phone or tablet, allowing you to deliver training to your learners anywhere they have internet access.
No internet access available? No problem. We can help you determine the best solution to deliver your training offline.
Adding a social element to your training program fosters a sense of community, builds relationships, and even encourages friendly competition. It allows your learners to take some control over their training, share resources with one another, and take a collaborative approach to learning. Social components such as employee profiles, liking and sharing posts, commenting, and uploading pictures, documents, and files, make learning a team activity and encourage employee participation.