Free Guide: Hold the Learner’s Attention Longer

Hold the Learner’s Attention Longer  – comes from the Free Guide – ‘Are you frustrated by training that creates short term interest but not long term change?.

A negative mind set can lead to a short attention span, which makes learning a tough skill to master. How do you hold the learner’s attention longer?
Learners often eat sweets, chocolates and other unhealthy snacks whilst learning, which means they experience the highs and lows of sugar rushes too! On our training courses, Learners are initially sceptical yet also intrigued by the popcorn snacks. However, it doesn’t take them long to munch through a whole cylinder!

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Provide high-energy, healthy snacks during training

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Provide high-energy, healthy snacks during training. For our Learners, we provide unsalted and unsweetened popcorn because it releases energy slowly throughout the day, which means that the learners can concentrate for longer periods of time. It helps to hold the learner’s attention longer!
We have a lot more to help you keep learners hooked.


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