Blended learning means using a combination of face-to-face activities and digital tools and resources to deliver the best possible training solution for each apprenticeship.
A blended approach not only saves money, it can accelerate learning for faster completion rates.
Example benefits include:
The Real Apprenticeship Company views staff training in learning design as a key business priority. The company requires all staff in a teaching role to complete a level 3 digital learning design programme to ensure the learning resources they create and use are effective and appropriate.
Here are some examples and templates you can use to design blended learning