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Corporate Training Trends… A Natural Fit For CBE

A recent article in HRDrive discusses emerging trends in Corporate Training to address employee skills gap issues. These trends include: utilizing external resources to bring in real world experiences that provide context and relevance to help keep employees engaged, implementing new technologies to better support the training experience, and digital credentialing to recognize the training.

This article was written by Sagence Learning, Inc,

 discusses emerging
trends in Corporate Training to address employee skills gap issues. These trends include: utilizing external resources to
bring in real world experiences that provide context and relevance to help keep
employees engaged, implementing new technologies to better support the training
experience, and digital credentialing to recognize the training.  

The HRDrive article
cites some interesting statistics from a
that explores corporate training
expectations in the coming year.  To summarize the predictions: employers
will be increasingly focused on offering external training; they will
shift to more of a skills based hiring criteria; they will add more
training opportunities as part of employee benefits; micro-credentials, for
example digital badges, will gain more value. 

We have seen these
kinds of trends as well in higher education.  Our clients are looking
to deliver their teaching and learning experiences in more effective and
efficient ways while improving their ability to monitor and track progress to ultimately
ensure student success.  We have also seen colleges and
universities explore Digital Badging as a way for students to prove they have
achieved mastery of specific skills and knowledge.

Competency-Based
Education is a natural fit for Skills Based Training as it focuses on
developing curricula based on the specific skills and knowledge needed for
a particular job or career. It offers a focused and relevant
opportunity for students to acquire additional skills or “competencies” they
need for their jobs and careers.   

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