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Using Games in Training

Studies have shown that the use of games in training serves two purposes:

  1. Resetting participant concentration and energy levels. The human mind can only absorb so much information at one time. Successful training is commonly segmented into blocks of approximately 20 minutes...

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The USI and Reporting Requirements

Each time your students complete nationally recognised training, you must collect and verify their Unique Student Identifier (USI) before you can confer a qualification or statement of attainment.

When you submit your data according to the new VET data collection and reporting...

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Achieving Business Alignment

By Dr Patti Phillips

Today's business community, and particularly the talent development community, are relying more on analytics to make decisions about programs and projects than ever before. Yet many people still ask: How do we ensure the right measures are taken and that the...

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Write Simply So Learners Trust Your Content

The puffer fish is a slow swimmer in a sea of bigger, faster predators. When chased by a large, hungry fish, a puffer rapidly inflates its stomach. This doubles its size and makes its spines stick out. The display warns off most all but the most determined hunters. Any creature that...

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Program Objectives (Part 2)

Level 2 Learning Objectives
There is increased interest in evaluating the acquisition of knowledge and skills. These drivers include growth in the number of learning organizations, emphasis being placed on intellectual capital, and increased use of certifications as a...

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Tips for Success as a Mentor

If you want to succeed as a mentor, first seek to understand yourself and others. —John C. Maxwell

There are many types and styles of mentoring, from the traditional "mentor" and "mentee" approach to mentoring partnerships across the generations. However, the underlying purpose...

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The Anatomy of a Scenario-Based Lesson

Scenario-based learning is generally most appropriate when teaching learners with some relevant prior knowledge or experience how to perform tasks that rely on critical and creative problem solving. They are especial­ly useful to teach skills that are difficult to acquire on the...

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Program Objectives (Part 1)

Program objectives are the fundamental basis for evaluation.

Program objectives drive the design and development of the program and define how to measure success. Program objectives define what the program is intended to do and how to measure participant achievement and system...

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