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Customizing Corporate Training Certificates

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Customizing Corporate Training Certificates

When your training participants complete your training, it is important that you can provide credible documentation of it. In this blog post, we discuss how to redesign your LMS certificates, so they reflect your branding and provide credible documentation for your trainees.

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Outsourced your training materials? Here is what you need to know.

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Outsourced your training materials? Here is what you need to know.

Do you ever wish that there were more than 24 hours in a day? That if you just had a little bit more time, you could get everything done?

There are many different ways to achieve this, and as a trainer, it is important to find opportunities to work smarter, not harder so you have enough time to get it all done.

One of these is to outsource your training materials. By getting pre-written content, you can save hours of time.

Here is what you need to know when getting started using our training materials.

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5 Things you are doing wrong in your corporate training

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5 Things you are doing wrong in your corporate training

If you’re a corporate trainer, you know how much hard work and preparation goes into delivering your workshops.

The last thing you want is for your hard work and efforts to go to waste because you missed a crucial step in the training process.

That’s why we gathered some of the most common things trainers get wrong, so you can stand out to your participants and provide an optimal experience.

Here are our top 5 things you are doing wrong in your training. We’ll also discuss changes you can make to avoid making those mistakes going forward.

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Microlearning: How small training can have a big impact on retention

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Microlearning: How small training can have a big impact on retention

Just because microlearning is delivered in small time frames, doesn’t mean it doesn’t have a big impact. Microlearning has been proven to increase focus and retention by 80%. By presenting trainees with small amounts of content at a time, they won’t feel too overwhelmed with information overload, which will help them remember more. With a shorter period of time needed to take in the content, it is easier for trainees to stay motivated from start to finish.

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Top 5 Reasons to Support Small Businesses

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Top 5 Reasons to Support Small Businesses

Recognizing National Small Business Week How many small businesses do you interact with on a day-to-day basis? Perhaps it is the coffee shop you frequent in the morning or your favorite eCommerce company.  Maybe you even work for a small business (like the author of this blog post). You may not notice it, but when you really think about it, small businesses play a role in many different parts of our lives. And this is being acknowledged in the United States this week with the inception of National Small business week. On April 29th, 2022, President Joe Biden proclaimed May...

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