Normec Foodcare chooses to transfer knowledge in different ways. Research shows that the talent of course participants is more effectively developed when blended learning is applied.
Blended learning is a combination of E-learning and classroom training. The prior knowledge is tested digitally, and new concepts are already being introduced. Then one of our trainers conducts classroom training with several students. Here, specific learning questions are discussed. Ultimately, the acquired knowledge is applied by carrying out company-specific and practice-oriented exercises in the workplace.
All training courses based on BRC, IFS and FSSC can be offered as blended learning. There are many different possibilities. It is also possible to develop blended learning based on your needs and to tune in to your company.
Blended learning appears to be a very effective way of learning. The combination of getting started online and physical lessons ensure that the material is absorbed quickly and is absorbed well. Research shows that an interactive way of learning leads to higher performance. Students can start E-learning at their own pace. The advantage is that they can divide their time themselves and get started when it suits them.