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  • Aneta Hudson

Hybrid vs. In Person Training - Which ones better?

Updated: Jul 24, 2023

‘Learning at a time convenient to you’ seems to be a current trend. However, when more complex subjects are discussed we find more and more workers are asking for in person training.

In-person training is often more personalised in comparison to a hybrid system, making it more desirable to workers. A hybrid system is often generalised and doesn’t necessarily work the most efficiently in terms of holding a worker's attention, especially where workers need to juggle multiple priorities at the same time. In person training offers personalised answers and scenarios in real time where workers can get the most out of the sessions as they have the opportunity to be in the present moment and give the subject their undivided attention.

Time is money and one of the things that separate these two systems is the amount of time it takes to onboard a worker. It has been found that the hybrid system takes a considerable amount of time longer to onboard a worker in comparison to the in person system. Hybrid is great but when it comes to training there might be better ways to go.


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