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Blended learning describes a hybrid learning method. It combines the advantages of digital learning with those of face-to-face seminars. On the one hand, the flexibility and effectiveness of electronic learning and, on the other hand, the equally important social aspects of face-to-face training can be used. In this way, the best of both methods is combined, resulting in a highly efficient training option, and any disadvantages of the networked forms of learning are compensated for in the long term.

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Many companies today still rely on tried and tested methods such as classroom training to further educate their employees. This type of learning has many advantages, especially the social aspect of learning in groups. In addition, certain social skills can also be trained in the best possible way, especially in this format. However, of course, everything has its pros and cons - so there are also a few disadvantages with classroom training. Particularly in the area of self-determination, flexibility and travel expenses, some compromises have to be made.

This is where we come in! To compensate for this, SWISSTEACH supports you with E-LEARNING CONTENT, system solutions and above all our experience in the form of consulting . But we also help you with the concrete linking of classroom and online content within the framework of blended learning. This way, you can be sure that all content fits together thematically and is worked through chronologically in the right order. You can draw on over 20 years of experience in digital learning. Whether it's preparing required e-learning, other web-based training, or evaluating the progress of your employees, we can help you every step of the way with effective blended learning.

An important component of blended learning is also the linking of the various learning methods and content via suitable online support. Here, learning topics are prepared and followed up, learning objectives are set and learning successes are made visible. Swissteach also supports you here with a range of different LMS solutions and professional COMPETENCE MANAGEMENT.


When you opt for blended learning, you gain a number of advantages over pure classroom or pure digital learning. Above all, you can score points on the individual level of your employees. After all, each individual has his or her own learning type and thus responds differently to certain learning methods. By combining different types of learning in blended learning, all learning types are addressed. This guarantees the greatest possible learning success, which is of great benefit to your employees and ultimately to your company. The independent online follow-up of the content learned in classroom phases also helps to deepen what has been learned.

What exactly your own blended learning model should look like is largely up to you. The weighting of both the online and classroom phases depends on various factors, but can also be designed individually.

If you have any questions or would like to put together your own blended learning model, simply CONTACT us. We will be happy to help you and provide your company with the training opportunities you need for sustainable success.

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