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229 weeks ago, by Pj
Entertaining Training
Apparently NASA show the film Armageddon to new recruits and ask them to spot the mistakes, or incorrect procedures. So far they are up to 168.

I think that's a great way to teach people. It's entertaining, engaging and it will cause discussions about important issues. Learning is also effective when delivered in a visual way, so this approach is ticking a lot of boxes.
229 weeks ago, by James
Agreed, watching a film is a very good way of learning about something. Just think of the retention of information that you experience when watching a film and compare it to the 10 or 20% figures that are circulated for training.
228 weeks ago, by Jackie
Agreed. I'm always telling clients that customers these days want entertainment as well as information.
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I am a People & Business Improvement Consultant.
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