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Topic: Orientation programs for remote employees

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erin.wilgus
Member since 11/27/2012
Orientation programs for remote employees
12/12/2012 / 7:11 pm    #-24

Do you know of any best practices in design of new hire orientation programs for remote employees? A colleague is proposing a series of 1 to 2 hour self-paced videos - which sounds like torture to me. I'd love to come in with some more creative ideas and haven't found any gems online yet. Thanks!

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pandey.vivek
Member since 03/04/2013
Re: Orientation programs for remote employees
03/04/2013 / 1:02 pm    #-23

We are a producer of e-Learning content. Write back to vivekp@gc-solutions.net so I can share some good examples.

Typically in a self-paced learning environment, the span of attention of a learner is very short. My experience - mono-media content will fail to attract users. Thus design a multimedia course which has reading, interactivity, exercises, decisions, graphics, narration, assessment all through. Keep 1 medium of delivery for no more than 30 seconds as it gets boring later on. Keep changing mediums and combinations to keep learners engaged and make learning fun.





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john.kendall
Member since 07/17/2013
Re: Orientation programs for remote employees
07/17/2013 / 7:25 pm    #-22

Not sure if you are looking for a "regular" orientation or a "safety" orientation but here is a good version for safety. youtu.be/VYVuirGO_U4

Sorry I couldn't get the "youtube" button to work but that is the URL for the video! Hope that helps!

John






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