Blended Learning

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[h_dd type=”1″]What is Blended Learning?[/h_dd]
Blended learning is a formal education program in which a student learns part of the electrical safety material through delivery of content and instruction via digital and online media. The student has the ability to access and take the training at any pace, any time or place.
For workplaces with higher degrees of risk ESPS has developed a blended training model that allows Clients to leverage the ESTS eLearning as a prerequisite to classroom or on-the-job training, or both.
The ESTS training software provides an exceptional base layer of Electrical Safety knowledge that enables Instructors the ability to focus more on application based knowledge (versus overview and/or theory). The goal of the ESPS blended training model is to provide Electrical Workers with more “hands on” knowledge of how to apply Electrical Safe Work Practices within the Work Flow process.
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[service_box_dd title=”Flexibility” icon=”whhg-squarestar” type=”round_aside” ]Having obtained prerequisite knowledge using eLearning your workers can spend valuable classroom time on learning practical knowledge. Having more practical knowledge helps your workers immediately apply the preventive and protective control measures.[/service_box_dd] [/column_dd]
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[service_box_dd title=”Practical” icon=”whhg-squarestar” type=”round_aside”]Having obtained prerequisite knowledge using eLearning your workers can spend valuable classroom time on learning practical knowledge. Having more practical knowledge helps your workers immediately apply the preventive and protective control measures.[/service_box_dd]
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[service_box_dd title=”Best Results” icon=”whhg-squarestar” type=”round_aside”]One method of training will not solve all learning and performance problems in an organization. The best results often come from a blend of interventions: job aids, classroom training, multi-media demonstrations and simulations using interactive eLearning.[/service_box_dd]
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