Effective workforce training gives people an opportunity to demonstrate what they know (or don’t know) about a topic, so they’re engaged from the beginning.
Sam’s career started earlier than most. At 14, he was painting cars as a hobby. At 16, he joined the auto body shop. In those early days, Sam rarely wore a respirator. He just didn’t think about it. He was young and felt more or less invincible. Besides, it seemed like a non-issue. He had […]
The most important principle of training is knowing your audience. Learn how to design and implement training for different learners and learning styles.
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