The Blended Learning Model includes two components- Design and Deliver.

Design is the third ‘D’ in the 5-D Model and constitutes the first step under the Blended Learning classification of the 5-D Model. Keeping view of the observations derived from the Need Diagnostic Study, the training intervention gets moulded into a structural design that outlines the customised course of learning activities that would be imparted using the relevant tools and techniques with respect to a measurable outcome.

It includes the development of custom content solutions and role-based journeys for the purpose of implementing the training program. It also freezes the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), the metrics used for program assessment. The third ‘D’ serves as the framework for the training intervention.

Delivery is the battleground for your training program. It is the most important step since it implements the interventions at the grass-root level for achieving the training objectives. It not only delivers, but also monitors and refines the learning interventions on a regular basis for achieving the best of the results.

The combination of Design and Delivery constitutes the Blended Learning Model. Blended because it presents a combination or a mixture of traditional and modern learning solutions. This model drives you towards your desired objectives with respect to your training program.