Podcast: Does Face-to-Face Training Have a Role in the Future of L&D?

In this week's podcast, Justin Anderson is joined by Owen Ferguson and James McLuckie to discuss face-to-face training, and whether it is still relevant in modern L&D. Will it survive? Should it survive; and if so, in what format?

Written by GoodPractice
Published 18 October 2016
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Podcast: Does Face-to-Face Training Have a Role in the Future of L&D?

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In this week's podcast, Justin Anderson is joined by Owen Ferguson and James McLuckie to discuss face-to-face training, and whether it is still relevant in modern L&D. Will it survive? Should it survive; and if so, in what format?

Owen and James also discuss their thoughts on what the future might hold for L&D, with suggestions for what L&D professionals should be doing to evolve with technology.

If you want to share your thoughts on the future of L&D or anything else discussed on the show, you can tweet @owenferguson, @jamesmcluckie or @writerjustin.

You can also tweet @GoodPractice or visit goodpractice.com.

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In June 2015, we were delighted to welcome their expertise into the Emerald family. And help us grow our content and meet the needs of learners and learning professionals worldwide.

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