Understanding the Three Stages of Engagement When Training Employees

Pre-Training Engagement
This is the stage of attracting learners to your training even before the training commences. Pre-training is similar to internal marketing performed to attract the attention of your learners. The success of pre-training engagement is measured by the pre-launch enrolment rates which indicate the interest levels of your employees.

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Actual Training Engagement
This is the stage where your training is already deployed, and learners are in the midst of learning. The success of this stage is measured by assessing learner progress. Low learner progress rates are indicative of low engagement rates, and a higher progress rate for all employees indicates engaging training.

Post Training Engagement
As the final stage, it’s all about keeping the training alive in the minds of your learners once the training ceases. Basically, how do you improve information retention and keep your learners in an information-receptive stage where they continue to learn with time. The success of this stage is measured by analysing assessment scores and observing post-training knowledge implementation.

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Why eLearning Makes Training More Engaging

eLearning is a dynamic approach to training which relies on a combination of media-rich elements making it highly engaging. eLearning is no different than a YouTube ‘how-to video’ or an infotainment commercial which explains how products work.

eLearning has many creative applications to delivering knowledge, which makes it extremely engaging. For instance, highly complex topics are easily converted to engaging animated videos that make the training interesting and simple for learners.

The possibilities of eLearning are endless and is only determined by your creativity and needs.

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