As a learning provider I have been utterly compelled to read articles about the science behind learning, as shown in one notable example, the Learning that lasts through AGES report.  Neuroscience research is now showing that it’s far better to actually break-up learning sessions in order to facilitate successful, long-term learning and memory recall.  

But how do you ensure the training you deliver to your staff actually ‘sticks’ so that it can be recalled and used, in real workplace situations. How are you evaluating the effectiveness of your training method(s)?

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