Formal Learning: The Foundation for On-the-Job Training Programs

The 70-20-10 model for learning & development suggests that people get 70% of their knowledge from work experiences (on-the-job tasks), 20% from interactions with others (social), and 10% from formal learning events (structured training). There is argument about this model and the exact ratio, but it does beg the question of whether formal learning is stillContinue reading “Formal Learning: The Foundation for On-the-Job Training Programs”

Building an E-Learning Partnership: 5 Tips

Have you included e-learning as you plan your organization’s 2021 goals? The past year has made us all more aware of how essential e-learning has become in today’s cultural environment.  It’s not a fad, it’s not a nice option–it’s here to stay. Success requires providing information in ways that are finger-tip accessible, and training onlyContinue reading “Building an E-Learning Partnership: 5 Tips”

Instructional Design and E-Learning: Customized Training That Works

What do you want to teach? How will you teach it? Knowing the answers to both these questions is critical if you want to achieve your organization’s training and development objectives. Otherwise, instructional materials miss their intended mark and learners fail to engage with the opportunity. A range of techniques are available to deliver Instruction.Continue reading “Instructional Design and E-Learning: Customized Training That Works”