Blended Learning

Blend modalities, methods, and technologies


A Blended Approach

A one-size-fits-all approach is not always the best solution, especially in learning and development. Utilizing a blended approach to learning is the norm for some of the highest impact organizations around the world. From small companies to some of the largest multi-national corporations, organizations all over the globe are shifting towards a blended approach to developing their workforce. In fact, according to a study TTA sponsored with Training Industry, 74% of learners have received training through multiple methods.

training industry multi modal training chart

Blended Learning Drives Effectiveness

TTA believes that choosing the right method or modality to train your team is important. According to research by Training Industry, training delivered through at least one preferred method are 50% more likely to be effective. Blended learning is a tailored approach that delivers training in the ways that your learners want to receive the information.

blended Learning Graphic from training industry

By utilizing a blended approach your training becomes more effective which leads to:

  • Work Clarity
  • Job Satisfaction
  • Work Centrality
  • Perception of Supervisor Support

A Case for Blended Learning – Give Your Learners What They Want

TTA is confident that providing training through various methods increases your chances of addressing the unique preferences of each of your learners. We’ve partnered with organizations of all sizes to create an approach that met their learning goals and capitalized on their learner’s preferred methods.

UniFirst partnered with TTA on the implementation of the LEAP (Leadership, Education And Performance) program. The LEAP program is an 18-month rotational Leadership Development program that focuses on leadership education, operational knowledge, and business skills. The LEAP program utilized a blended approach, incorporating eLearning, Instructor-led training, and on-the-job-training. TTA’s role in the project included providing content development resources, facilitator resources, and talent sourcing support.

A Cost-Effective Solution

Not only does a blended approach improve the learner experience for your team, it is also a cost-effective solution to your learning needs. From traditional Instructor Led Training to e-Learning, TTA has the resources to craft the best and most cost-effective blended solution for you.

Popular Blended Learning Methods

  • ILT
  • Video
  • On-the-job Training
  • E-learning
  • VILT
  • Webinars
  • Mobile Learning
  • Gamification
  • Adaptive Learning
  • Virtual Reality
  • Informal Learning
  • Podcasts
  • On-the-job Coaching

Take Advantage of What Learners Want

The learning environment today is ever-changing, and learners want to access information in a variety of ways. That’s why it’s important to have numerous training delivery strategies.