Employee training is crucial to stay on top of your game in this ever-changing, dynamic world. Yet when information is not repeated often enough, it is doomed to be forgotten just as quickly. To make sure new knowledge will stick, employers need to look beyond the one-off training.

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We are never done learning. From an Emergency Response Officer refreshing their first-aid knowledge to developers utilizing new tools or just making sure everyone is aware of the latest cybersecurity risks, learning is part of any job. But without repetition, we will forget most of what we learn within 30 days. What is the key to making new knowledge stick?

training will fail

There are numerous reasons why annual or periodic training will fail, but one thing is for certain: it will fail.


Forgetting new knowledge

Without repetition, 90 percent of what we learn is forgotten within 30 days.


Knowledge will lag behind

When relying on annual training only, employees are never up to date on the latest developments.


Knowledge gap poses a direct threat

Up-to-date knowledge in first aid, emergency response, or cybersecurity is crucial for any organization.

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Not reaching maximum productivity

Without the required knowledge, employees might not reach their full potential and productivity.

Break down training
into bite-sized pieces

Instead of organizing one-off or annual training, break it down into bite-sized pieces of information. Use a combination of different screens and devices to show the information over a period of time, making it easier to absorb the information.

Update knowledge
all year round

Do not wait until the next training is due to offer new information or insights. Share new knowledge right away and keep everyone as informed, productive, and safe as possible.

The power of repetition

You gave a presentation or taught your colleagues a new skill, but you can tell their knowledge is fading as time goes by. The new information doesn’t stick. There’s only one thing to do when this occurs: repeat the information, over and over.

Train employees when
they are receptive

It can be hard to process a lot of new information at once. Instead of squeezing all information in just one exhausting training session, break it down, and let employees absorb the information over an extended period of time when they feel like it.

Repeat information
until it sticks

Gently repeat the new information over an extended period of time. Use a multitude of output channels, like digital screensavers, screensavers, and a mobile app, to make sure employees will see the information at different moments of the day. Keep repeating the information until every employee can see it in their dreams.

Customer Story

Augusta Housing Authority keeps everyone on their toes

Augusta Housing Authority uses Netpresenter to inform and remind their employees about ongoing cybersecurity threats constantly. Even though staff should already know not to click on certain links, these reminders are perfect for reminding them of the things they might not necessarily think about when they receive a suspicious-looking email.

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Some questions
already answered

To flesh out some information about our Employee Training solution, we have already answered some questions you might possibly have. If your question is not listed, we would love to hear from you!

What kind of training should be given to employees?

It all depends on what information you would like to communicate. Some examples are onboarding training, (soft) skills training, product training, compliance training, et cetera.

Why do employees need training?

Employee training improves employee performance, boosts employee productivity, reduces employee turnover, and improves company culture.

How do you train employees?

You must repeat your employees’ initial training often. Without repetition, we will forget most of what we learn within 30 days. To make sure new knowledge will stick, employers need to look beyond the one-off training, break training down into bite-sized pieces and update knowledge all year round. Use the power of repetition!