What You Need to Understand About How Your Team Learns

In training (as in life) not everyone is created equally. Everyone absorbs and processes information differently. Some people are learn best by listening, some by reading, some by doing. It all comes down to their individual learning style.

Knowing the difference between learning styles is important if you want to give your team of learners the best chance of retaining what they learn so they can use it on the job. Plus, offering appealing training opportunities is much more interesting and makes happier learners.

Questions to Ask Learners Before Starting a Course

After months of planning, designing and working, you're ready to offer your first online course. It's been a detailed process that involved buy-in from administrators and department heads, and training for your staff. You've got the technology set up and everything has been tested, re-tested and is as close to perfect as it's going to be. Your team is without a doubt ready to make the leap to computer-based training.

But are your learners?