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Kerry Pascall Learner engagement guide launch

‘Employees aren’t completing the training.’ ‘They don’t seem to take control of their learning and find resources for themselves.’ ‘People don’t have time to learn.’

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Do any of these statements sound familiar?

If so, the chances are you’re not alone.

In LinkedIn’s 2019 Workplace Learning report, increasing engagement with learning programmes came in at number two on talent developers’ list of priorities.

It’s a challenge that shows no sign of disappearing.

That’s why we’ve put together a short new guide to learner engagement.

Use it to get a better understanding of your learners’ engagement levels, so you can start to categorise and segment them, ready to target them with content that drives them to take a more active role in their learning paths.  

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Inside, you’ll uncover:

  • Why low learner engagement is still such a challenge
  • The most common barriers to learner engagement
  • What the signs of low learner engagement are
  • How your learning solutions affect engagement
  • How to map engagement in your organisation
  • What you can do about it now

If you’re ready to banish low learner engagement once and for all, get your hands on a copy of our free guide today.

Get the Learner Engagement guide


Kerry Pascall, Head of Digital Learning, Bray Leino Learning

In my series of blogs you can expect some tips on implementing eLearning, what to consider when commissioning eLearning, design tips, software and authoring pros and cons, and general advice on everything eLearning!

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