Every learning intervention is different, and carries different costs, so it is difficult to offer a blueprint for costing learning. However, this document suggests one standard scheme for assessing the costs of a learning intervention before it is undertaken.
Blended learning is the practice of combining a number of different learning methods and modes into a single programme. This document provides examples of different blended learning programmes that can be adapted to suit the needs of your organisation.
This document provides guidance on how to set up a mentoring scheme, covering how to clarify the purpose of a mentoring scheme, considering the resources required, ways to match mentors and mentees and how to provide support.
This grid outlines different learning methods and describes what methods to use depending on the type of learning that is required. The grid also contains tips on relevant assessment methods for each type of learning.
One of the most common tools used to assess the contribution of individuals to teams is Dr Meredith Belbin’s Team Role Inventory. Originally eight roles, these were expanded to nine, with the inclusion of ‘specialist’ in 1993. This document summarises their strengths and weaknesses.
This document provides information on the five models of e-learning including online courses, integrated online and offline learning, self-managed e-learning, live e-learning and Electronic Performance Support (EPS).
This document provides information on the general rules governing the development, organisation and presentation of e-learning, from how to ensure your e-learning design is a managed programme and effective learning experience to taking advantage of the strengths of the web.
Using the training cycle to plan learning interventions
Last Modified: 08 Jan 2016
This document covers identifying and analysing learning needs; and the planning, preparation and delivery of the learning. There are also guidelines on assessing, evaluating and reviewing the training activities.