You have just received the video from the last webinar the product and the marketing teams presented to the sales reps. It is a one and half hours long webinar presenting the new product that is being launched next week. It was delivered to you for you to make it available on the company’s online training platform, so everyone could see it. Sounds familiar?
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Every year, we create the training trends guide to keep you up to date with what’s happening in the corporate training world and so you can prepare your plans to stay in the forefront of what your customers, partners and employees are expecting from your training activities.
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I’m a learning experience designer, a millennial one. I don’t know what “cringe” is and I still wear skinny jeans. My job is to design visual assets that bring online courses to life. I'm always concerned about making interesting and useful training videos, that aren’t boring and appeal to the majority. I’ve learned a lot from my senior instructional designers and project managers, and I began to understand and appreciate all the eLearning best practices.
Every year, we share the training trends to keep you up to date with what’s happening in the world of corporate training and so you can prepare your plans to stay in the forefront of what customers, partners and employees are expecting from your training activities.
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