Converting a classroom-based qualification course to e-learning
How do you convert face-to-face training to e-learning? And how do you ensure that the e-learning maps to the qualification that learners are working towards? This webinar explores how HR training provider DPG and online training provider Virtual College approached the problem.
View our on-demand webinar
How do you convert face-to-face training to e-learning? And how do you ensure that the e-learning maps to the qualification that learners are working towards? Virtual College were presented with these challenges when they worked with HR training provider DPG to produce a completely online CIPD Level 5 Diploma in HR Management.
DPG identified that businesses of all sizes did not have HR teams that met their growing needs, meaning more people needed to be trained in business fundamentals. E-learning could make this more scalable and cost-effective, but it was essential not to compromise on rigour.
In this webinar recording, you will learn:
- How the challenges of converting a face-to-face qualification programme into e-learning were successfully addressed
- How the use of contextualised scenarios enabled learners to apply their knowledge in a realistic environment
- The impact the online course has had and what learners think of it
The webinar is delivered by Gail Power, Head of Delivery and Learner Experience, DPG and Sophie Thornton, Learning Technology Manager, Virtual College.
DPG are a provider of learning, development and professional qualifications to HR, Learning and Development and Managers. Virtual College are an award-winning company creating online training and learning management software.