Do you need a training option that really motivates your employees to learn? Do you look for a flexible development opportunity? Then you should extend your training approach with a learning app.
E-learning is a particularly good way to sustainably store new information in the long-term memory. Find out why and learn which methods we use to contribute to sustainable learning in this last article of the series “How do adults learn?”.
Many people think now about what they want to change or achieve – also in terms of professional development. Often these are not achieved. Being successfull starts with setting the goals. Read this article to see how.
This year in particular has shown how quickly and profoundly the structure of professional development can change. This should be reflected in your L&D strategy.
Modular Learning offers you and your employees many advantages in Onboarding and further development.
In this article, you will see what they are and get a step-by-step guidance on how to establish this approach in your organisation.
Permanent access to what we learnt is granted if the information we absorb is transferred from short to long-term memory. Everyone knows this is not always successful: Whether we can remember something depends on what and how we learn. The following article presents methods that enable sustainable learning.
We needed to refocus our cybersecurity strategy. Cyber Security Trainings have been and will be rolled out. As an eLearning agency, we were interested to see whether this is effective. What is the Return on Investment (ROI) of Cyber Security Training? And what is the best way to train your employees?
Social Learning: Benefit from the collective intelligence and expertise in your organisation. Social learning not only promotes networking among your employees, but also makes them feel appreciated. It is their expertise that counts. Active participation promotes loyalty with the organisation, leads to higher retention and to identification with one’s work. How can you manage to implement Social Learning?
Adults learn differently than children. But how do adults learn? And what characterises their learning process? These and other questions are answered by the article series “How do adults learn?”.
This article introduces you to learning requirements and memory processes.