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According to Training magazine’s most recent Training Industry Report, 7.2 percent of learners now use social networking or mobile training methods, an uptick of 1.5 percent versus 2009. The report also notes that 13.6 percent of trainers purchased mobile learning products and services in 2011, a number slightly behind the 14.3 percent of those who plan to buy talent management tools. Businesspeople are looking to launch and track training courses from smartphones, including Droid, iPhone and Blackberry. New training platforms are serving up e-learning, transcripts and other features of learning management systems optimized for a smartphone, and savvy companies want to ensure they understand how to provide this for their learners.
Therefore, it is critical to guarantee that access to an LMS is optimized for a mobile workforce in the same way that it has been for conventional desktop and laptop users.
That said, organizations are continuously challenged to maintain and improve workforce efficiency through traditional training offerings like instructor-led training and desktop e-learning courses. When a global workforce is constantly on the move, however, having a strong foundation with a mobile training strategy will become imperative to the success of a fast-growing organization that evolves to elevate their product and service offerings. This presentation will provide an overview targeted specifically at organizations that need a strategy to train their “Learners on the Move.” The overview will consist of a comprehensive mobile training strategy towards developing training modules, delivering training modules and measuring mobile training effectiveness. Attendees will learn how to capitalize on this strategy and put learning into the hands of their workforce wherever they might be.
Who Should Participate
Any organization that is interested in adopting a quick and measurable mobile training strategy.
Within such organizations, executives and management from Training, HR and IT departments
are recommended for this presentation.
What You Will Learn
Understand the challenges typically faced by an organization trying to embrace mobile
• Learn about deploying a quick mobile offering without breaking the bank
• Understand the tools and technology platforms required to deploy a mobile training
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