If we’re being honest, user enjoyment is not the first thing you address when planning and building a new training course.
Of course, you want people to engage with the training. But your first thoughts are likely around the content and your objectives. You build training based on what you need to include to get people to the expected learning outcomes.
If you want to build training that sticks, though, consider taking a learner-centered approach.
There are plenty of reasons to make the learner experience a priority and not an afterthought in your training strategy. In this article, we’ll share what a learner-centered approach is, why you want to use it, and tips for how to apply it in your training program design.
What is a learner-centered approach?