Understanding Different Learning Styles and Their Implications on Your Organisation’s L&D Approach
Part 4 of 4
Training Options to Suit Your Staff’s Different Learning Styles
Are you looking for training to accommodate your staff’s different learning styles and help maximise your employees’ potential?
There are two main types of professional training; commercial training and long term programmes (apprenticeships).
So which would be best for your staff?
When Is Commercial Training Best?
Commercial training typically consists of a few one-day training workshops about very specific topics, making it great for filling skills gaps and addressing niche issues in your organisation.
There are many different commercial training programmes available, including:
- Management Essentials
- First Time Management
- Middle Management
- Transformational Leadership
- Team Building
- Managing Remote Teams
- Management Coaching
- Promoting a Bully-free Workplace
- Train the Virtual Trainer
- Business Finance
- Customer Service
- Sales Skills
- Project Management
- Microsoft Office Training
- Mental Health First Aid
When is an Apprenticeship More Suitable?
If you’re looking for more long-term training for your staff that develops them in all areas of their role instead of focusing on one particular aspect, your staff would benefit from a more well-rounded programme like an apprenticeship.
Apprenticeships feature many different ways of learning, allowing them to accommodate most, if not all, people’s preferred learning styles – you can click here to download our free PDF that explains exactly how apprenticeships cater to each style.
There is a huge variety of different apprenticeships available, all of which can be 95% funded by the government, including:
- Level 3 Leadership and Management
- Level 5 Leadership and Management
- Level 4 Sales Executive
- Level 3 Customer Service Specialist
- Level 3 Human Resources Support
If you’re still unsure of what type of training or what specific training programme would be most beneficial for your staff, you can request a call with one of our training experts by clicking here.
We hope you enjoyed this 4-part article series about different learning styles and their implications on your organisation’s L&D approach.
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