Individualised learning is undergoing something of a boom. Directed, as the name suggests, at individuals, not entire groups, it might include helping with a career transition, addressing a specific development need or supplying the latest thinking on a specific knowledge area.
Increasingly digital in format, there are more individualised learning programmes than ever before – formal and informal, certificate and non-certificate. However, all individualised learning faces a common problem: how to maximise the level of motivation needed to complete programmes successfully.
Read the article by Dr Paul Hughes, Client Programme Director at FT | IE Corporate Learning Alliance, published by Training Industry.