Understanding Common Mistakes When Developing Custom Training

Premade learning content can be an invaluable asset. It allows you to get your L&D efforts off the ground quickly, without the time and expense involved with creating custom training. However, despite that value, “boxed” content is only good up to a point. Eventually, you will need to create custom content for your learners. When that happens, many organizations fall victim to some specific mistakes.

The good news is that these mistakes, while common, can be easily avoided. They can also be remedied with the right steps. By overcoming these issues, it becomes possible to create customized content steeped in your company’s culture, relevant to your learners, and designed to engage and help them thrive. In this post, we will explore some of these common mistakes, as well as the workarounds to circumvent them.

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