Unless the correct techniques are applied to maximize results, people forget 90% of what they learn in class within 30 days. The majority of forgetting occurs within the first few hours.”
Studies conducted by American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) confirm that well-trained newly-hired employees are more productive, feel better about themselves, and remain with companies for longer periods of time than those who receive no or poor new-hire training. In most cases, companies provide some sort of brief orientation training that mostly covers company policies and employee benefits. Often, after an initial welcome from the department manager, new hires are assigned to a senior employee for shadowing and on-the-job training.
With over twenty years as a professional trainer and facilitator with corporate and boutique companies, Laura Page shares with managers, and designated trainers, how to train adults and effectively facilitate on-the-job and classroom-style training sessions that maximize learning and improve retention.
- How Adults Learn
- Determining If Training Is The Real Issue
- On-The-Job Training
- Training Facilitation Essentials
- Maximizing Transfer of Learning
- Effective Use of Visual Aids
- Follow up Coaching for Improved Performance