How A Training Needs Assessment Saves Learning Projects

Posted by Nisha Amin on Apr 18, 2019 9:00:00 AM

How Training Needs Assessments Save Learning Projects

 5 Ways to improve your next corporate training project.

It can be very frustrating to see poor training results following the completion of a new corporate learning project.

As a Learning Leader, you may think you have taken all of the right steps to ensure the best training and development event possible.

You had a strong team of Instructional Designers design the program based on your brief. Experienced technical developers created the program that followed. You even hired a team of contract corporate trainers to carry out the training company-wide. So why did it fail?

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Topics: corporate training programs, microlearning, training needs assessment, elearning developer, sales training programs, training needs analysis, workforce training, learning retention, learning company, new technology rollout

Adaptive Learning: A Truly Customized Training Experience

Posted by Nisha Amin on May 31, 2018 1:20:23 PM


A challenge with traditional one-size-fits-all training is that it doesn’t address the difference in skills and knowledge of learners, or the generational and geographical diversity that can impact the ability of learners to master a topic.

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Topics: learning retention, adaptive learning, learning engagement

Maximize Learning Retention with the Magic of Microlearning

Posted by Rachael Jones on Feb 8, 2018 8:30:00 AM


Have you ever crammed for an exam? Considering one study revealed that upward of 95% of students have admitted to cramming, chances are you have! Many articles have been written about why cramming doesn’t work for long-term learning retention – reasons include stress, lack of sleep, and not giving yourself enough time to truly grasp the information. Some of the reasons cramming doesn’t work in learning retention are also why microlearning can help.

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Topics: corporate training tips, microlearning, learning retention

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