Close Skill Gaps with Science-Based Learning
Ebbinghaus’ theory of the forgetting curve explains that the memory of a subject is directly related to the time elapsed from the time we learned it until we apply it.
Many organizations measure the impact of training by the number of attendees, training hours or test results, without taking into account that passing a quiz does not equate to the acquisition of competencies.
Experts recommend opting for continuous hands-on learning that provides opportunities for repeated and active interaction with new materials. And create training strategies that measure their success in terms of the impact they have on the company.
This ebook explains:
- The most common mistakes companies make
- The Ebbinghaus oblivion curve and its impact on training
- Examples for training strategies with ROI in mind