Bite-size your learning. Improve business results.
With an ever increasing workload and reducing attention span, can organisations really afford for their employees to spend days away from their day job attending classroom training? Employees today are looking for personalised development that is delivered in a way that suits how they learn best, that utilises modern technology and keeps them engaged and interested.
Bite-size your learning
Learners now learn in bite-sized chunks. Raytheon Professional Services can transform your courses and learning content into bite-sized quizzes, practices, micro learning modules and games that your employees can engage with in short intervals from their mobile devices.
When your employees can access learning content from their mobile devices in a fun and engaging way, they become more effective learners and are better equipped to apply what they learn on the job.
Microlearning modules can:
- Prepare your employees before a course.
- Be utilised by trainers through polls, quizzes and other mobile activities during a course.
- Reinforce for employees what they have learned on their smartphones after they finish the course.
- The result is long term retention that enhances employee performance and business outcome.
Raytheon Professional Services (RPS) has proven experience integrating microlearning with customers’ existing learning content - to ensure learners’ understanding of even the most complex topics, and equip them to apply that learning on the job and directly change behavior to benefit the organisation.
Our real-time reporting allows you to track progress and completion.
Our dashboard gives you a bird’s eye view of the most important data, then you can drill down by team and individual users’ performance - from access to course completion and lesson scores. You can also analyse content to focus on particular areas where your learners are struggling.
APPLYING MICROLEARNING TO YOUR WORLD…
Regulatory & Compliance
Safety & Security Training
Seasonal Workforce Training
A best practice is to not use micro-learning as a standalone learning vehicle, but rather as a supplemental component to reinforce critical pieces of information. Microlearning’s success always depends on how it’s integrated into the overall learning strategy.