A large training library or the latest admin features are wasted without a superior learning experience to ensure that knowledge is retained and put into practice. Grovo's learner-first method combines elements of holistic learning, competency-based learning, and microlearning to drive the best performance results in the shortest time.
Grovo training is short, beautiful, clear, and relevant to daily life and work. As a result, the average Grovo learner completes 50% more training than assigned
Grovo determines a learner's current skill level to create a personalized training program that starts with fundamentals and gradually builds up to expert-level tips and techniques
By focusing on best practices, alternative approaches, common challenges and more, Grovo empowers and motivates learners to put their skills to use
Microlearning is the process of learning complex ideas and skills through short and focused segments. Grovo breaks material down into 60–90 second videos that communicate all the necessary information without any fluff.
Microlearning finds a more favorable reaction from learners, better learning scores, and better retention scores
Learners take short assessments in between training items to test understanding and retention as they go
Bite-size content is key to keeping training relevant and accurate. As the digital world changes, Grovo keeps up by producing 15 new videos a day
To learn more, download our whitepaper "Bite Size is the Right Size: How Microlearning Shrinks the Skills Gap"
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Since the advent of the Web, the way in which people consume information has changed, and attention spans have decreased. The longer the training material, the greater the risk of boring learners or presenting more information than can be retained at once.
Competency-based learning defines the minimum competencies required to perform a skill at different levels and for different roles.
Learners get a concrete picture of the knowledge, skills, and behaviors required for success and how to move forward
Competencies are based on actions, rather than topics, which ties learning directly to job performance
Learners who demonstrate their level of competency can start further along on the development path
Competencies allow you to set development goals. Without them, it's easy to focus too much on titles of training courses, or to overvalue the number of hours or training sessions a learner puts in. If your goal is to improve actual performance, competency-based learning will put you in the right mindset.
Holistic learning combines different types of ideas and perspectives to encourage a deeper understanding of training material.
Explanations to get up to speed
How-tos for all important processes
Advanced use cases and expert recommendations
Each new perspective builds up context for learners, communicating both the big picture and the important details of a topic
Attacking a topic from several angles teaches learners multiple ways to achieve a desired outcome if one approach fails
By focusing on how different concepts connect and overlap, learners gain deep knowledge they can quickly call upon in performance situations
The keys to learning holistically are context and comprehensiveness. Without either, learners may have wide skills gaps without even realizing it. Imagine a martial artist who was only trained to punch. Or one who was trained to punch and kick, but not when to do which.