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iTOL Questions- How do I find out how people learn and what they need to know to do their jobs properly?

Posted by webeditor on  July 21, 2017

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How do I find out how people learn and what they need to know to do their jobs properly? iTOL Questions is a series of mini-blog posts that aim to answer common L&D related questions and provide help and support for L&D professionals. The Issue When you enter a new role in L&D it will often be in a completely new organisation which has a completely different purpose, direction and aims. It is your job

iTOL Questions- How do I establish if training is the right course of action?

Posted by webeditor on  July 7, 2017

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How do I establish if training is the right course of action? iTOL Questions is a series of mini-blog posts that aim to answer common L&D related questions and provide help and support for L&D professionals. The Problem This is an all too familiar scenario in the L&D profession, organisations are split into different divisions and the managers of these divisions have their own internal issues. So they put in a request for training, putting

iTOL Questions- What are the reasons why an employee can’t carry out their job properly?

Posted by webeditor on  June 23, 2017

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This is the first in a series of mini posts in which we deconstruct the answers to important L&D related questions. The aim is to produce a comprehensive guide for L&D practitioners who can then use these answers in their own training roles. Today’s Question: What are the reasons why an employee might not be able to carry out their job properly? As an L&D professional you will more than likely come across this question

Why Training is Undervalued- pt 3

Posted by webeditor on  June 9, 2017

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This is the final installment of Why Training is Undervalued, and follows on from our previous blog post which explained how many trainers have inadequate training and ways to recognise professionals who are properly qualified. As perceptions of the training industry have changed over time for both managers and employees, it is important that the profession is strengthened from within. Here’s a recap of the issues with the industry: Trainers are more interested in selling a

Why Training is Undervalued- pt 2

Posted by webeditor on  May 26, 2017

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Continuing from our last blog post  we are going to look at the second reason why training is undervalued. As outlined before we are looking specifically as the issues within the industry as these are factors that can be controlled by practitioners. As perceptions of the training industry has changed over time, for both managers and employees it is important that the profession is strengthened from within. Here’s a recap of the issues with the