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Please note: This blog was updated on September 17th, 2020.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported 16.78 million employees within the hospitality and leisure industry as of December 2019. Due to this high demand and the technology capabilities we have today, mobile training is becoming the most suitable method for training workers in the hospitality field.
Additionally, the BLS...
Practice makes perfect. It’s not just a saying – it’s the basis of a major undertaking that begins every time someone completes the process of applying for a job, getting interviewed, getting hired, and showing up for work on the first day: training.
Employee training is the process of teaching employees the skills and knowledge they need to perform their jobs. It is conducted at regular intervals, and while it is most frequent at the...
The traditional methods of learning, such as face-to-face instruction, often see challenges in keeping learners motivated and engaged throughout the process, creating the risk for employees to miss important content and having ineffective training. Even with reading and note-taking, learners are lacking active participation which makes it harder to gain viable information. For a successful learning experience, it is critical that learners can...
Designing Digitally is proud of the partners we work with and the employee training solutions we create together. This week we are highlighting PING and the simulated learning course that helped ensure correct in-store recommendations to customers and custom club fittings, and won a Silver Horizon Interactive Award!
Microlearning is one of the most efficient content delivery methods that many organizations include in employee training programs. This is due to the way in which microlearning is structured, its inherent flexibility, and its all-encompassing approach to skill-based learning. Bite-size learning units focused on quick skill and knowledge acquisition are the building blocks of microlearning.
Microlearning modules and...
Using Bloom's Taxonomy in eLearning development has bridged the gap between the knowledge learners acquire and the application of said knowledge. Benjamin Bloom did not singlehandedly develop this learning evaluation system. It was named after him following a series of conferences conducted with the purpose of unifying and informing educators on the design of learning curriculums and assessments. As such, Bloom's Taxonomy system is still...
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