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March 23, 2016

Training Employees According To Their Learning Style

If you want to train employees effectively, you need to be aware of who you're training. At the end of the day, the goal of training employees is to increase knowledge so that they can complete their tasks more effectively – but every employee is different. When using online training software, it’s even more important to remember that each person learns differently, so you need to build your learning content accordingly.
by Roz Bahrami
March 21, 2016

4 Ways eLearning Helps Bridge The Workplace Skills Gap

Skills gap in the workplace has a negative impact on a company’s operational performance and its overall growth. As technology continues to develop at a high speed, businesses find it increasingly challenging to keep their workforce up to date on the latest trends. Carefully planned and strategic training is necessary in this respect and eLearning provides a convenient and effective way to bridge the workplace skills gap.
by Joe Peters
March 18, 2016

Knowledge Centered Support Methodology: Getting Started

When an eLearning professional encounters the word “methodology”, they are likely to think of ADDIE, or maybe SAM. However, today you’re in for a surprise, for I’m not talking about a course authoring methodology. Instead, I’d like to tell you about a knowledge management methodology called KCS, which stands for “Knowledge Centered Support”.
by Michael Treser
March 16, 2016 | Sponsored

4 Steps For A Training Needs Analysis

Is your organization experiencing performance or productivity issues? Perhaps your compliance requirements are not being met. Or maybe your training catalogue has “leaky boat syndrome,” whereby additions are made to plug knowledge holes. However, what you really need to do is stop the water seeping in and give it an overhaul! If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, your organization could benefit from a Training Needs Analysis (TNA). A Training Needs Analysis is a structured process for identifying gaps in employee training and related training needs, usually performed by experienced learning and development consultants.
by Ruby Spencer, CTDP
March 15, 2016

Business Simulations: What Are The Benefits?

It is important to have in mind that 80% of acquired knowledge fades away if it is not applied in practice, which means there is a real risk of wasting 80% of learning and training expenses. Is there a way to ensure that the solution is the use of business simulations?
by Anton Makarevich
March 9, 2016

7 Online Training Complaints And How To Avoid Them

Unfortunately, a vast majority of employees dread online training. You may even catch the occasional eye roll, sigh, or look of utter terror when corporate learners find out that an online training session is on the horizon. The good news is that there are ways to remedy the most common 7 online training complaints, which you'll soon discover in this article.
by Christopher Pappas