5 ways to spice up your learning text

‘I acknowledge that I have read and agree to the Terms and Conditions.’

How much would you trust a doctor who simply had to tick a box to prove their medical abilities? What about a banker, or a plumber?

How many of us tick a box when trying to get to something online, without looking at the small print?

You intuitively know that reading something (or claiming to have read something) is different not only from having done it, but also vastly different from being able to apply it.

We are currently seeing a skills gap in the workforce; not a knowledge gap. You might have noticed that knowledge has never been more easily accessible, reproducible and multipliable. But does this mean people know what to do with it? Not without some guidance along the way.

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