Self-directed Learning: How it Works

When a new hire joins, and on a regular basis from then on, your organization needs to provide their workforce with much of the knowledge they need to do their jobs through formal training. 

Sometimes, this training is scheduled in advance and takes place online or face-to-face, while at other times your organization will provide employees with all the resources they need and allow time for self-directed learning.

There’s lots of new information to take on board when a new employee starts or gets promoted to a different role. Some of this will be delivered by trainers who can support and guide them, but others – like familiarizing themselves with the business’s policies and procedures – are best delivered through self-directed learning exercises. 

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