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Why Microlearning is the Key to Career Success?

Why Microlearning is the Key to Career Success?

What is Microlearning?

Microlearning is a learning approach where you consume smaller amounts of information over a shorter period of time.

This type of skills training takes the essential parts of a concept or an idea and teaches it in highly focused and bite-sized nuggets.

Microlearning is shorter and faster than traditional learning because it’s focused on conciseness. [1]

These short bursts of content are available for learners to consume at their own convenience.

The style of the information delivered can take many forms, but the main principle is that it’s short. Common types of microlearning content include audio, videos, text, images, quizzes and tests, infographics, games, and other e-learning content.1

Why Microlearning can help you?

Research has shown that we learn more, up to 17% more efficient[2], (and retain it better) when we study in short focused bursts than when we are forced to sit through hour long classes.

It just so happens that microlearning is also a great fit for the modern age, when everybody has a mobile phone, and lots of people have plenty of dead time, such as long commutes to work.[3]

If you are a millennial, then microlearning is also good news for you, because you demand training to be

  • customised to your needs,
  • on-demand and
  • informal.

And microlearning is exactly that!

Due to the reduced time, microlearning courses are also generally very affordable and very good value for time and money.

So, in an economic climate when everyone’s budgets are under pressure and we don’t have time for 2-year R200,000 MBA’s, microlearning will keep you growing and developing on a shoestring budget!

It is indeed your key to continued developed, growth and success. Go and give it a try!

[1]Why Microlearning is the Key to Career Success;

[2]Microlearning 101: Using a Little Learning to Grow Big Skills; h

[3]Everything you wanted to know about microlearning (but were afraid to ask) ;

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