Role Specific Learning – what’s your experience of it.

by newchapterlearning

As technology develops and time for learning within business hours becomes more challenging, more and more businesses are relying on individuals taking responsibility for their learning. What support and direction are individuals getting to help guide them in the types of learning that will be suitable for their roles?role specific learning

In larger organisations, with specific Learning and Development departments, you sometimes find Intranet sites with Role specific learning sites. Sites that have been developed to support staff in understanding the training that’s available to them. Whether that’s internal training, mentoring or peer to peer learning or in some cases, signposting them to external learning sources.

What if you don’t work in an organisation with these types of resources? How are smaller organisations supporting their staff with the 70:20:10 model and helping them with self study options too?

Join in the discussion and share what your experience is of role specific training. How are you supported by your company with your personal development? Or if you work in an L & D role yourself, how do you support your staff in understanding what learning will be useful for their role? What’s worked for you?

We’d love to hear. We can learn from each other.

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