If we’ve learned anything over the last 2 years, it’s to be flexible in our training plans. We’ve navigated the ups & downs of in-person training, switching to virtual classrooms, and migrating content to eLearnings. We have a host of modalities at our disposal, so let’s use them wisely.

This month, we are looking at different training modalities, exploring how & when to use them to develop the best training program for our learners. In today’s episode, Liz talks with Denise & Lindsey, training vets who have found success by using multiple modalities – whether it’s for new hire training or continued sales force education.

Listen in all month as we share some great nuggets! We want to hear from you, too! Share with us your best (or worst) stories of using multiple training modalities on LinkedIn @CumbyConsulting.

Related Resources:
We’ve developed two helpful handouts in planning your best training program: Choosing Your Training Modality & the Training Complexity Matrix. Lindsay & Denise mention the use of Icebreakers in their sessions, which you can also find in our toolkit! Join our TrainSmart Toolkit to access these and more.

Once every two years, Cumby Consulting holds the TrainSmart Summit, a 2-day, in-person, hands-on event for medical device educators. Bring your training challenge and leave with a detailed action plan you can take back and implement! To keep the Summit as personalized as possible, spots are extremely limited. Reserve your place today at cumbyconsulting.com/courses.

Connect with us on LinkedIn:
Liz Cumby
Denise Ambrose
Lindsay Moskovitz

About Cumby Consulting
Cumby Consulting’s team of professionals deliver innovative MedTech training services for physicians, sales representatives, teaching faculty, key opinion leaders and clinical development teams. Whether you need a complete training system developed to deliver revenue sooner or a discrete training program for a specific meeting, Cumby Consulting will deliver highly strategic, efficient programs with uncompromising standards of quality.