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August 28, 2017

6 Facts You Should Know About Blended Learning

6 Facts You Should Know About Blended Learning


As development leaders know, it is vital to do all you can to hire good people, prepare them to be effective, and get them to stay. Offering an effective and robust training program can play a big role.


Onboarding and on-the-job training is of critical importance in any profession, but even more so in the nonprofit world, because, for many development professionals, fundraising is a second career. Very few study fundraising in an academic environment, so on-the-job training does much of the heavy lifting.


Not only does on-the-job training help development professionals learn and hone the skills they need to be effective, it also can be highly effective in retaining them. A recent Forbes article revealed that employees rate ongoing training as the most important job perk, beating out all other factors, including base salary and bonuses.


Today’s working environment presents unparalleled opportunities for effective workplace training through adopting a “blended learning” approach. “Blended learning” can be any training program that combines traditional classroom methods with digital media. This type of approach is more effective, efficient, and appealing than professional training has ever been before.


With that in mind, here are six facts about blended learning development leaders need to know:



6 Facts About Blended Learning You Need to Know
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