Gone were the days where learners need to struggle with learning hours, need to stay upfront with periodic intervals (newspapers, TV broadcast) for the latest news and calling mom frequently for recipes, etc. This way technology defeats traditional methods by offering fast-changing development and effective needs.
As technology progresses gradually, on-demand services are increasing drastically, following the old, yet effective saying “Time is Money”. Yes, Instead of waiting for the latest news, what all can do is just pull the gadget from the pocket and gets start what you like at anytime and anywhere.
Even when it comes to organizational sectors, many of the employees are facing strenuous situations in dealing with both training and jobs due to a heavier workload and lesser time. So, how to maintain equilibrium for the smooth and successful functioning of employees and organizations?
This is where just-in-time training comes into play.
Well, this article outlines what just-in-time training is, how it can be adopted in the workplace.
What is Just-In-Time training?
The reigning part of today’s world that has spawned the latest approach to learning and training by making it accessible anywhere and anytime, is what we call just-in-time training. In simple terms, Just-in-time training is not something that takes separate time from day-to-day work, instead is something that happens throughout the working day easily and quickly.
Just-in-time training refresh memory by providing access to the right information at the moment they need, hence also called JIT training. For example, an employee needs to solve product issues urgently, for which they don’t need to wait for the next classroom session, instead directly access it using mobile devices at their own pace.
Thanks to mobile learning and technology which has changed the old-traditional environment to highly technological to create ease and comfort in learning and training process.
Let’s take a look at the benefits of JIT training that has entirely changed the progress of corporative sectors.
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