Learning Everest Team

About Learning Everest Team

Learning Everest is a leading eLearning company based out of Pune India. Our clients include corporate customers, universities, training, and eLearning companies. We are a one-stop solution to all your learning needs and are a committed and seasoned team of learning professionals who have worked for some of the finest companies in the world.

Instructor-Led Training: 5 Essential Factors for Maximum Effectiveness

2024-05-18T11:21:21+05:30Categories: eLearning, Learning Culture, Learning Needs, Learning Styles and Objectives|

Instructor-led training, also known as ILT, is a classic in the realm of training. It’s a training format known for its hands-on dissemination of information to groups of learners. While learning has evolved to include eLearning for its cost-effective yet impactful solutions, ILT has remained a staple all across the world.

A 5-Step Framework for Creating a Professional Development Plan

2024-05-16T15:35:09+05:30Categories: Articulate Storyline 360, eLearning, Learning Culture, Learning Needs, Learning Styles and Objectives|

This article explains why professional development plans are critical, offers a five-step framework for creating one, and outlines five development plan examples you can start leveraging immediately. But first, let’s define what a professional development plan is.

Using Different Types of Learning Styles to Create an Effective Employee Training Program

2024-05-14T11:50:35+05:30Categories: eLearning, Learning Culture, Learning Needs, Learning Styles and Objectives, Scenario Based Learning|

Training is and should be for everyone, regardless of the different types of learning styles. To accommodate different types of learning styles at work, you need to first know how your employees learn. In this blog, we will explore different learning styles and ways to incorporate them in your workplace.

Enhancing Learning & Development Programs with Constructivist Learning Theory

2024-05-10T10:48:59+05:30Categories: eLearning, Learning Culture, Learning Needs, Learning Styles and Objectives, Scenario Based Learning|

How can L&D professionals incorporate the principles of constructivist learning theory to develop workplace learning programs that guarantee the best possible learning experience for each individual? Let’s explore this concept and how it can help you build an effective workplace learning and development program.

Howard Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences Theory Decoded

2024-05-08T10:59:43+05:30Categories: eLearning, Learning Culture, Learning Needs, Learning Styles and Objectives, Scenario Based Learning|

This blog decodes the essentials of Howard Gardner’s multiple intelligences theory, explores each type of intelligence, and examines the implications of this theory for personal and educational development. Let’s begin!

5 Observational Learning Examples to Use in eLearning

2024-05-10T11:39:14+05:30Categories: eLearning, Learning Culture, Learning Needs, Learning Styles and Objectives, Scenario Based Learning|

Observational learning is a mechanism of social learning wherein people learn by watching and imitating behaviors. It is a core component of Albert Bandura’s social learning theory. Observational learning enables individuals to learn from their environments, allowing for the transfer of complex and nuanced knowledge and skills. In eLearning, observational learning serves the same purpose. This article will present you with 5 observational learning examples that you can use in your eLearning programs for greater course efficacy.

Understanding Cognitive Theory in Learning

2024-05-14T11:56:26+05:30Categories: eLearning, Learning Culture, Learning Needs, Learning Styles and Objectives, Onboarding Training|

Cognitive theory is a psychological theory that emphasizes the role of mental processes in how humans make sense of the world. It applies to general everyday functioning, emotions, behaviors, and learning. In Learning, cognitive theory empowers learners by acknowledging their agency and leveraging their unique approach to processing the things they encounter. In this article, you will learn all about the cognitive theory in Learning, from how it works to its application.

How to Master Competency-Based Training Programs

2024-05-02T11:08:36+05:30Categories: Compliance Trainings, eLearning, Learning Culture, Learning Needs, Learning Styles and Objectives, Onboarding Training|

Have you ever heard of competency-based training programs? In this blog, we will discuss competency-based training in detail and explain how you can implement this type of training in your organization.

Hard Skills vs. Soft Skills: Bridging the Gap for Holistic Career Development

2024-05-18T11:32:00+05:30Categories: eLearning, Learning Culture, Learning Needs, Learning Styles and Objectives, Onboarding Training|

Hard Skills vs. Soft Skills: which is more important for your career? You don’t need to answer; that’s a trick question! To succeed in any role, you need a combination of both.

7 Impactful On-the-Job Training Examples

2024-05-14T11:56:28+05:30Categories: Compliance Trainings, eLearning, Learning Culture, Learning Needs, Learning Styles and Objectives, Onboarding Training, Process Training, Safety Trainings|

With the plethora of training options available to organizations, there are many on-the-job training examples you can take inspiration from to build your own on-the-job program. With the right mix of strategies, you can deliver well-rounded on-the-job programs that effectively prepare employees for their new roles. This article will walk you through some notable on-the-job training examples to implement in your training programs.