Many of us train in some capacity.
You might consider yourself a trainer. Or, perhaps you're a leader who trains employees one-on-one. You may even be asked to help out an inexperienced co-worker.
Whatever the situation, it helps to know how adults learn new knowledge, skills, and abilities.
My new course on lynda.com will provide you with the foundational knowledge you need to take your training to the next level. It's primarily intended for instructional designers, but anyone who does training can benefit.
- Adult learning theory
- Understanding the four stages of learning
- Comparing active vs. passive learning
- Overcoming learning barriers
- Turning theory into practice
In the sample video below, you'll see how two courses on the same topic can be vastly different. (Click here if you don't see the video.)
You’ll need a lynda.com subscription to view the entire course. The good news is your subscription gives you unlimited access to all of their courses.
Even better news? You can get a free 10-day trial so you can watch this course and explore the lynda.com library without committing to purchasing a subscription.
Here are a few more of my courses on lynda.com: