“National lockdowns that have taken place due to the coronavirus have meant that the workplace has changed. It is not clear to what extent things will return to the way they were.  In 2021 businesses expect around 40-50% of staff to return to the office, so it is likely that remote training will still need to take place.

However, it does provide organisations with a great opportunity to adopt a new approach to organisational learning, that I call Modern Workplace Learning (MWL).”  Jane Hart

Modern Workplace Learning 2021 is a continuously updated online resource
A PDF version is also available


  1.  Introduction to Modern Workplace Learning ⇐ FREE to view
Part A: Modern training 

  1. Create flexible resources
  2. Deliver micro-training
  3. Run live virtual sessions
  4. Facilitate online social learning
  5. Curate learning opportunities
  6. Design hybrid learning
  7. Build a learning hub
Part B: Continuous learning

  1. Foster modern workers
  2. Inspire modern managers
  3. Encourage reflective practices
  4. Support knowledge sharing
  5. Promote a daily self-learning habit
  6. Adopt a formal self-development process

Modern Workplace Learning is a service
of the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies
and a trading name of
Tesserae Ltd