Build training that resonates with learners. Entertaining training can have long-lasting effects on your learners from better knowledge retention to encouraging repeat visits to your platform for more learning. Here are just a few of the benefits entertaining training can have for your organization and employees.
Entertaining training relieves stress by invigorating the senses! The truth is your employees work hard in your organization. Entertaining training is kind of a reward in itself, giving your employees a more approachable way to learn. Traditional training can seem daunting to some, with language and formal structure that does little to stimulate their minds. Creating entertaining training can awaken senses and give learning a more relaxed training appeal. By creating a more comfortable and creative environment, learners can unwind and take training without the distraction of pressure or stress.
We’ve talked extensively about our Tell Me, Show Me, Let Me Do philosophy. To summarize, we’ve seen that the Let Me Do part of this philosophy is the major differentiator between other training methods. For example, learners remember 10% of what they learn if they are only told the content. 25% of what they learn is retained when they are told and shown. A staggering 65% of this content is retained if learners are told, shown, and can then DO the task, as well. Entertaining training enables the Let Me Do step through games, interactivities, problem-solving, and scenario-based learning. Additionally, this virtually hands-on experience is what gives users a personal interaction with the content for better knowledge retention. It also increases stimulation and is a way to entertain learners.
Stories captivate learners by bringing training content to life! From novels to comic books, storytelling is at the heart of presenting information and content in an interesting and more personal way. By using storytelling in your training, you can connect major concepts to everyday experiences. This method makes the content more approachable. Storytelling can also be used in things like Virtual Wolds to connect different training content items together in a familiar storybook world.
For non-mandatory, incentive-based Learning Management Systems, return learners are key! To accomplish this, you can create entertaining training that gives learners a reason to come back for more. Learners generally want training that gives them relevant content in a more interactive and digestible way. So, if you create entertaining training, these learners know exactly where to go for premium training that they’ll remember, and even enjoy taking.
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