For training professionals the question is: How can we cater for everyone, free from assumptions, while anticipating the nuanced needs of participants, some of which will be related to their age?
The pandemic meant that a lot of training changed beyond all expectations — no more flying around the world for conferences or classroom sessions. We’re living in a brave new world, where technology is powering and facilitating the delivery of knowledge. Taking training into the living rooms, kitchens and bookcase-lined studies of our participants is a different approach, but it still requires us to keep front of mind the differing needs of an intergenerational audience — many of whom will have never imagined attending training in this format.
PDT Global’s Senior Consultant, Alasdair James Scott, shares in his latest article for Training Industry, how online training needs to lean into differing generational preferences.
Read the article in full here: “OK, Boomer”: How to Bridge the Generational Divide in Online Training
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