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Skills Building: Getting Serious About Continuous Learning

It’s time for L&D to focus on skills building through programmatic learning, which is action-based development programmes that harness a variety of different content types, by creating a continuous learning culture, employees will have the opportunity to up-skill and perform at their best.

According to the Fosway research 87% of HR professionals expect skills gaps to become more significant in the future. Hiring new people will not bridge the skills gaps alone. Therefore, it’s crucial to get serious about continuous learning, shown by the figures from the World Economic Forum where 54% of employees will require significant re-skilling and upskilling by 2022.

In this whitepaper, Fosway Group, Europe’s #1 HR industry analyst firm, in association with D2L explore how to make this happen through a practical and evidence-based insights on:

  • Engineering coherent learning experiences that can cover complex goals or topics, but still feel ‘easy’ to engage with as a learner
  • Redesigning your learning programmes to suit today’s fast-paced, agile world
  • Supporting ongoing learning rather than one-off learning events
  • Focusing on what really matters – outcomes, performance and results

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