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skills aquisition


Has anyone got any information or tried to evaluate the speed in which people aquire new skills particularly manual skills? I want to investigate how to determine who are quick learners from an existing workforce of 350, using more specifice criteria than peoples perception.
Judith Chalmers

2 Responses

  1. Propensity for Learning
    You can actively measure and document the amount to time it takes to learn a new task — is this what you are attempting? Or rather are you looking for methodology to select those most likely to succeed at a given new task?

    Do call us to explore your needs in more detail. 01844 238775
    maria bennett

  2. training programme design
    I will also like to know the same for skills like selling skills. The purpose will be not only to identify the persons most likely to succeed, but also to suitably ammend training programmes to take care of slow learners


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