Location change! Phoenicia Speciality Food Downtown Market,1001 Austin Street,Houston , Texas 77010-4023
Complimentary parking is available in the One Park Place garage. Garage entrance is located on McKinney St. between Austin and La Branch. Today's employees are required to have a working knowledge of organizational compliance, safety, and products. These requirements statistically reveal that there is a disconnect, especially with new hires in the connectedness of knowledge related to compliance, safety, and products.
This concern has sparked an interest in the knowledge of Continuous Learning. Organizations struggle on how to balance the need for more training with the practicality of what employees need to do their job. Learning is at the height of a digital transformation, therefore, using the new tools that are now available, allows us to institute programs of Continuous Learning, thus, training SMARTER, not LONGER.
In this session participants will:
- Review Ebbinghaus Automation of learning processes and how it connects to Continuous Learning.
- Learn about the changing and uneven landscape of knowledge set.
After attending the session, participants will:
Target Audience: Intermediate
- Gain a working knowledge of how NOT to do Continuous Learning in an organization.
- Acquire a solid understanding of the benefits and proper execution of Continuous Learning.
ATD Competency Model - Area of Expertise This Session Supports:
- Performance Improvement
- Training Delivery
- Learning Technologies
- Evaluating Learning Impact
- Managing Learning Programs
- Knowledge Management
- Change Management
Speaker: Lindsey Putterman is the Sales Director at Trivie, Inc. Trivie is focused on two critical interconnected business issues:
(1) Helping employees remember training.
(2) Providing companies unprecedented insight into training effectiveness.
In doing so, we help companies better engage their employees to learn and retain information better, making smarter companies that have higher revenue, more efficient training organizations, and superior employee satisfaction.
Established by nearly 100 years of research, retrieval practice is a simple learning technique that is easy to implement, with lasting results. It means exactly what it is. Practicing retrieval of learning (or training) from your memory. Through this act of retrieval, or micro-tests, our memory is strengthened, and forgetting is less likely to occur. Retrieval practice is a proven and powerful strategy for improving training performance without more money, class, or training time.
Retrieval practice encourages flexible understanding, improving higher order thinking skills and transfer of knowledge so employees can do their job better. When adding retrieval practice to a training program, the practice should be spaced, interleaved, and varied. By re-introducing a concept based upon earlier training, but in a slightly different way, fortifies the ability to recall knowledge and put into action. With Trivie, trivia games are spaced at certain intervals based on topics and concepts that have been taught. The spacing is recommended at 3, 5, 10, 21 days post-training, and each quiz takes no more than 8 minutes. For more information, please visit their website http://trivie.com