- Most Students that attend training will not employ what they’ve learned in class immediately. In fact, many students report they’re 4-12 weeks from utilizing what they’ve learned.
- A Small Business Report Studies indicates that, given best-in-class training, an audience recalls 85 percent of information from training after three hours and, if the knowledge is not applied, only 65 percent after three days. A separate Motorola study found that “employees tend to retain only 15 percent of what they learned within three weeks after taking a corporate education course.
- While most students remember broader subjects, it’s often the details, details that matter and can cost a project hours or days that get lost.
- As David Sandler, a legend in adult training once said, “You can’t teach a kid to ride a bike in a seminar.” Even with extensive labs, the sheer volume of information we teach in each and every class only adds to challenge.