Category: Instructor-Led Training

Adult Learning Theory: Principles and Assumptions

Understanding and Applying the Adult Learning Theory: Principles and Assumptions This is part one of a two-part series highlighting the Adult Learning Theory and how to apply it in training courses. For some of us, the words…

The benefits of strong learning objectives

This is the third and final installment of our blog series on strong learning objectives in training courses. In the past two blog posts, we delved into what strong learning objectives are and what constitutes strong learning…

How mindfulness training can benefit your organization

Mindfulness is the ability to be present without letting our surroundings affect us. According to Mindful, “The goal of mindfulness is to wake up to the inner workings of our mental, emotional and physical processes.” This week,…

Train your channel partners to increase revenue

Your channel partners and distributors hit the front lines every day to represent your brand and your product, but they’re often put on the back burner when it comes to training. If you want to increase your…

Can we agree on microlearning?

One thing everyone in the learning and development industry seems to agree on is that there is no clear definition of microlearning. We can’t define microlearning by a number of minutes, or lack thereof. We can’t define…

5 ways to support your SMEs

This post was originally published on eLearning Industry’s website. To see the original article, click here. We originally titled this post, “how to get the most out of your SMEs”, but quickly realized that in a “how to”…