What is microlearning?
Microlearning is training delivered in short, specific, highly targeted bursts. It is used to provide a learner with the level of information needed to complete a specific task.
DeltaNet International microlearning 'Take 5' courses utilise a blend of gamified, scenario based challenges, video based presentations and short studies.
Why not 'Take 5' to try the course shown to the right- the 'Gifts and Hospitality Challenge'? This microlearning course is designed to give users the knowledge they need to determine what is a gift and what constitutes bribery.
Can you Spot the Hazard?
Checking your Vehicle Before Driving at Work
Don't get Burnt
DSE - Working with Dual Screens
Fire: Can you Handle it?
Gifts & Hospitality Challenge
Identifying Stress in your Team
Is your Information Secure?
Know your Customer
Know your Safety Signs?
Money Laundering Challenge
Preparing for your Journey
Protecting your Identity
Right to be Forgotten
Setting a Secure Password
Understanding Social Engineering
Using Email and the Internet Securely
This short course helps employees learn how to use internet and email securely, protecting the security of the organisation..
Using Portable Storage Devices Securely
What is Modern Slavery?
How can I buy microlearning courses?
DeltaNet International microlearning courses are available in two different ways.
If you purchase one of our suites of eLearning courses, such as the full Compliance suite, all microlearning courses within that sector are included. You would be automatically given full access to the complete range of Compliance microlearning courses without having to pay anything extra.
Alternatively you can purchase microlearning courses inidividually or as a bundle. Please contact us on 01509 643925 or email@example.com to find out more.
Why use microlearning?
Increase knowledge retention
Training delivered in smaller segments and in regular bursts increases knowledge retention in users. Coupled with frequent addition of new training content to keep it fresh microlearning will assist users in retaining the knowledge contained in the training for a longer period of time
Falling attention spans
According to Microsoft attention spans have fallen by an average of 33% to 8 seconds since 2000. To put this in perspective goldfish are reputed to have an attention span of 9 seconds. Naturally this presents a challenge in delivering eLearning but also opens up opportunities to introduce eLearning tools to engage even the least attentive learner.
If you struggle to engage learners with eLearning or your learners groan at the thought of annual training refreshers microlearning is the ideal solution as the short, specific nature of it means that it doesn't have a big impact on users time.