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Thea Stavrou

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We are recruiting more and more homeworkers and  wondered if anyone could advise the best way forward with regards to training them!

At the moment it's via webinar but have found this sometime a challenge. Sometime we bring them into an office too.

Any other ideas?



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  1. Homeworkers training

    Hi Thea

    It's good to see you're building a remote workforce – technology enables us to work from anywhere these days.

    And good to see you're using webinars to deliver some of your training. You also  mention you have certain challenges around webinars but haven't stated what they are? Is it the software itself, people not attending or something else? Would be useful to know what they are.

    Does the webinar software you use give you the option to record your webinars? If not, then you might want to choose a software that does. You can then record the webinars and make them available to your workers – useful for them to refer after the live webinar is over and recap on key points.

    You could also consider taking your training one step further and develop interactive elearning modules. This allows your workers to work through the training at their own pace, in their own time, and they can refer to the modules whenever they need to. You could then followup the elearning with team webinars or use other technology (e.g. social media) to answer any question peoples might have or generate discussions about the topics they're learning about. This will engage them on a social level, whilst discussing key issues. It really depends on what the training is about and what goals the training is looking to achieve.

    The beauty about technology is that it does gives you a whole host of choices in how you can deliver your training requirements. Do get in touch if you have any questions about how you could use elearning for your business. Be glad to help out in any way.






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