‘Train and retain’ – with no ‘repeat’!

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When it comes to getting the best out of your employees a lot rests on the training they’re given, and the long-term results.

With plenty of training styles out there, how do you assess what will work for your staff?

Polaris Learning have put together a guide here with some considerations for what training and development is the best approach for your team, the benefits of classroom training, online learning and blended learning.

Blended learning gives you the opportunity to combine targeted practical workshops that are then supported by additional online learning, with a mix of pre-course work and work-based assignments – allowing for trainees to learn in a way that suits them resulting in a much higher retention rate over a longer period of time.

Something simple that you could introduce now is a Personal Development Action Plan to help your learners get more from their learning – we have a template that you can download here and use for free.

If you’d like to find out more about a new approach to training that’s right for your business, please get in touch, you can call me on 01651 873398 or email me on helen@polaris-learning.com and I’ll get back to you at a convenient time.

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