Sometimes we want to learn, we are engaged in the process and yet other times, we are distracted and would rather be doing something else. So what are the chances then, that the course an organisation has scheduled in a month’s time at 10am, will catch the attendees at their best ?   

Technology is enabling individuals to make choices about when and how they do things.  In a rush at the supermarket ? Go to the self-service checkout.  Want some help choosing a holiday ?  Look at the online reviews and perhaps watch a video.

So can learning technology mirror this trend and put learners in the driver’s seat ?  Again the answer is a rather obvious ‘Yes’.  So let’s look at the issues in moving beyond the corporate training calendar and classrooms ?