Structured training courses or online modules are not the only way for organisational learning and strategic problem solving – Build a learning ecosystem.
As technology transforms literacy practices, it also challenges what it means to have language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) needs. Digital literacy is becoming an essential skill for success in life and must also be considered.
“When someone is speaking your language, you tend to turn up the volume”. So tune in all Public Safety learners, trainers and organisations: We speak your language. Improve relevance and increase learning transfer
In developing product, our job is to remember and remind that the research shows – just because you include it or train it, doesn’t mean they learn it! So how do we pull out the “need to know” from the “nice to know” when developing training?
This post will likely be most relatable to anyone who has invested time and effort in training a great person for a role, only to have them leave (sometimes unexpectedly!) Research indicates in many organisations that close to half of roles cannot be easily replaced with another internal applicant… and that about 50% of organisations don’t even have any succession planning in place.
Training Tweak’d: Session Summaries – Strategies to increase learner engagement while checking their level of understanding
In the public safety sector we frequently use standardised, unit of competency based training and assessment activities. At the big…
We were recently asked to explain to a client the benefits in shifting to digital learning. Realising that this is obviously a trend that is increasingly hard to buck while staying comparative with other organisations in the Public Safety sector, they wanted to have some good reasons to promote to members and encourage them to embrace the digital option.
It wouldn’t be the training industry without the introduction of new buzz words every year! Here is a new one if you haven’t heard it yet: LXD – Learner Experience Design. So what is it and how do we use it?
when it comes to actually making the leap, why are so many of us trainers reluctant to take more risks and try new things?