Learning to Learn
Learning to Learn is about understanding how the Learner can learn more, more quickly, and more easily for themselves. Allowing them to transfer skill development to the long term. The benefits are simple. Over 400% more knowledge retained by Learners!
Learning to Learn
The course will be delivered by a world class tutor that has worked in the UK Grocery Industry. In addition, like all of our training courses, it includes our ROI guarantee.
We specifically designed this training course to help Learners get more out of their training. The premise is simple. It is about ensuring training and the associated skill development lasts over the long term. Through this Learning to Learn course, we provide Learners with a solid platform to start from. Thus, allowing them to reap all of the benefits and, in turn, providing a better ROI.
By the end of this Learning to Learn course, the Learner will be able to:
Be aware of how and why new skills are lost so easily and how to overcome that challenge.
Understand the importance of capturing Learner’s own notes in a way that enables the Learner to more easily recall and retain what they will learn.
Identify and understand the Learner’s learning style and how to apply it in a learning environment.
Appreciate the importance of the goal-setting theory and how this can help the Learner to better achieve what they want from their training.
Understand how to create new habits in order to embed their learning faster and for the long term.
Value the importance of a learning buddy and how useful it can be when you use this resource to retain and recall learnings.
Hopefully, the term ‘Sticky Learning ®’ has intrigued you. Whilst you probably also guessed a sense of what it is about.
In short, Sticky Learning ® is our own unique learning method. A method that we have developed to help Learners Realise more of what they have learnt. To help them be able to Recall more of what they have learnt. And Retain more of what they have learnt. Furthermore, in 2016 we upgraded this unique training method to include habits formation. We feel this has become a big part of helping Learners to use more of what they have learnt.
This is good for our clients. It means that the money they spend with us is better invested than with other training providers. This is because, by following our methods, the learning is put to use for longer.
Making the Learning Stick
World Class Tutor
Your tutor for the Learning to Learn course will be Andy Palmer
Andy has split his career almost equally. Initially, working in management for a UK big four supermarket. Then, working at a supplier to the UK big four supermarkets. More recently, Andy has spent the past 14 years as a director of MBM.
He works as part of the team enabling suppliers to UK supermarkets to secure more profitable wins through people development. Andy specialises in Category Management Training, and has created the Category Management Scorecard which is used by many suppliers across the globe. He is also a qualified HBDI ® practitioner, which means that he understands how people prefer to think, communicate, make decisions and learn. Moreover, he understands the psychology of learning retention making him the ideal tutor for this Learning to Learn course.
”I really enjoyed the [Learning to Learn] course. The Learning styles exercise was particularly enlightening. So much so that I got Andy to give me a spare copy. Then I asked my wife to complete it that evening so that I could try and understand her a little better! The learning styles piece is great for my own self-awareness and to make me conscious/aware of why other people may react differently in a meeting/course etc.
Plus, to better understand the team who work for me and how I may need to tailor my approach with them off the back of it – The way I do it is probably indicative of how I would want to learn, rather than how they would best take things in. The mind mapping was also great and is something I have occasionally used in the past but having seen how to do it properly, something I will use more.
Finally, Keepers and triggers – I have already started to note down the room, who’s there, who I’m next to, weather etc. Habits – not incorporated any of these into my work life but certainly have done at home and got myself a trigger to make sure they are linked.”Marc SummersAccount Controller, AG Barr