Improving Retention and Application of Training: Learn, Reinforce, Practice
It’s natural that after a formal training event that employees struggle to recall all of the information shared. Follow-up post training is needed to continue to reinforce and practice what was taught if learning is to stick, be recalled, and then applied in the field.
Qstream, a best-in-class microlearning platform, Rehearsal, an industry-leading video practice and coaching solution provider, have partnered to help you build a seamless blended learning program based on a learn reinforce, practice model. This approach assures learning leaders and business management that their teams are customer ready because they have retained the knowledge they need and can demonstrate new skills with confidence.
The combined advantage of these learning modalities working in unison is sure to reinforce job-critical learning and skills needed to achieve your business goals and protect your training investments.
In this session, you’ll learn:
- How learning technology changes on-the-job behaviors through reinforcement, repetition, and practice
- Why post-training reinforcement, microlearning and video role-play is critical to apply new knowledge effectively
- How scenario-based learning and video-based practice and coaching transfers knowledge from classroom training to real life situations
- About Qstream (Microlearning) and Rehearsal (Video Role-Play) who will give a live demo of their platforms
Rob leads Qstream’s strategic partnership efforts recruiting both content and platform partners to use Qstream as part of their customer solutions. Rob has spent 20+ years in sales and marketing with companies such as IBM, Lotus Development, Perficient and Stone Temple Consulting and had been a purchaser and consumer of corporate training including sales training, diversity/inclusion and anti-harassment training, SOC training and more.
Director of Marketing
From product development in orthopedic medical device early in his career, he quickly jumped into product management, marketing, and sales. Beyond U.S. patents and over 1,000 orthopedic surgeries as a subject matter expert, Andrew was pivotal in positioning Synvasive Technology for acquisition by Zimmer in 2012 (now Zimmer Biomet). After the acquisition he lead transition work to incorporate Synvasive products into the Zimmer portfolio and provide training and support for their sales force.