We shared why training content shouldn’t be a Hollywood production, then shared 4 pieces of training content you already have, but what do you do when you do not have access to an expert in an area where your team needs further development?
Buying training content can be a gamble: a lot of “off-the-shelf” content is downright boring and it’s easy to see who is just skipping to the end to get to the test and be done with it. And while employees may think they save time speeding through the course, time is actually wasted because nothing productive and transferable comes out of the training.
The thing is, people want access to the skills they need to do their jobs well. Off-the-shelf content should connect your team to the most current thinking in the business world and get learners interacting with new concepts and applying them to their real jobs as soon as possible.
So how do you save time with purchased training content libraries and increase employee engagement?
Join LearnCore and TorranceLearning on January 28 for “6 Ways to Make Off-The-Shelf Content Your Own” This is a must-attend event whether your 2015 plans include purchasing a content library, or your team already has access and you need ways to increase engagement!
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