Ageing populations, changing morbidities and rapid developments in medicine and technology are creating challenges for health systems globally. You can prepare your team to meet these challenges with ART. Creating interactive, engaging, and relevant training courses is hard. It’s even harder to keep them up-to-date and accessible for everybody.
This is where blended learning plays a role. Blended learning has the potential to stimulate effective learning and to facilitate high quality education. For postgraduate health professionals, blended learning is relatively new.
What is Blended Learning?
Blended learning (also known as hybrid learning) is a method of teaching that integrates technology and digital media with traditional instructor-led classroom activities, giving students more flexibility to customise their learning experiences.
How can ART promote that in my practice?
ART has numerous course delivery modes to choose from: E-learning (self-paced learning or tutor led learning), Webinars (pre-recorded or live streaming) or Onsite courses. Combining these methods will prove to be effective when aiming for a hybrid learning environment.
E-learning offers an effective solution to the problems that managers so often come up against in the health sector. It cuts costs without compromising on quality, and if you still want to incorporate a group discussion element to your training. Choosing the correct software can be challenging. Find a solution that is easy to use and completely flexible so you can build your courses easily and manage the learners without a fuzz.
Leading companies across all industries use webinars to share knowledge, attract new customers, and hone internal processes. In the healthcare industry, for example, utilising modern forms of technology – such as posting webinars – helps to continuously optimise the execution of care and streamline processes that support and enable efficient care delivery. Communicating via webinars can also break down collaboration barriers, thus aiding in the growth of clinical discovery.
In your healthcare organization, many members of your staff, from nurses to physicians, medical technicians to nursing aides, must maintain their licenses and credentials through continuing education. Continuing education and additional training helps your staff stay up-to-date on the latest standards and practices, allowing them to provide quality care to all of your patients.
You can help your staff keep up with their continuing education requirements by offering onsite healthcare training. Not only is onsite continuing education convenient for your team members, but it can also end up saving your company time and money while streamlining patient care.
From entry-level training to continuing professional development (CPD) for working healthcare professionals, ART Providers offers a range of solutions for both learner, tutor, learning provider and institutions. Contact us today at email@example.com