Leading on from previous blogs, the tag quoted above is one of the most valuable things I have learnt as a trainer and I can’t emphasise it enough– Get it Right not Fast. Giving the learner the opportunity to learn at their pace, and assuring them that accuracy is the most important objective as speed will come as they repeat the task, can be hugely beneficial.
Have the confidence and awareness in your training session to:
These six steps are critical to ensure delivery of effective training. Once your learners have learnt effectively and have an opportunity to practice the process with guidance and support, this will build confidence.
Once confidence starts to build, with TIME comes the building of competence – this is speedy completion of the task with retention of the accuracy that was learnt at the initial training session.
So when you are designing your next piece of training ask yourself these questions?
Taking a few moments at the start of Designing your training to answer these questions can be extremely worthwhile and in my experience – saving both you and your Organisation Time!
Submitted by our expert Leadership & Development Tutor Gina Ryan
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