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Balance seeks views for blended learning survey
Balance Learning is seeking the views of HR and training professionals in the UK for its annual Blended Learning Survey.
Now in its fourth year, the survey covers a range of training topics including the types of delivery methods currently being used, the typical components in a blended learning programme, and how organisations are measuring performance improvement.
Last year's survey investigated the impact of corporate culture on an organisation’s training strategy and looked at the growing use of new training approaches such as blended learning.
The survey results included the findings that over three quarters of the UK organisations regularly look for new approaches/styles of training and 44% of organisations are using blended learning for management/supervisory skills training programmes.
Now Balance Learning is asking HR and training professionals to take part in this year's survey by completing a short online questionnaire located at www.balancelearning.co.uk/survey06.
The company says all entries will go into a prize draw where the first prize is a multi-user interactive training DVD and a 17” Widescreen TV/DVD Combi to play it on.
A report on the findings, called Blended Learning Options, will be published in November 2006. This will be available for download from Balance Learning’s website.
The closing date for entries is Thursday 31st August 2006.
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