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How to use mobile learning for skills training
Mobile learning is the preferred form of learning in digital learning methods. It helps you deliver digital learning anytime, anywhere, on any device. Mobile learning helps employees learn at their own pace by allowing them to access the courses or modules on their devices. Repetition and intelligent pacing will benefit learners in terms of better understanding and increased productivity. We all know that employees spend a lot of time on their mobile devices every day. Why not use mobile learning to train your employees to learn new skills? You may be wondering how mobile learning solutions can be used for specific “skill training” that generally takes place in classrooms and ILT sessions. But certain methods will help you achieve your goal.
In this article, we’ll look at 4 examples of mobile learning that can be used for competency training that suits your needs or is appropriate for your employees.
Example 1: Use mobile learning to offer your employees skills training
To develop mobile skills development learning courses, you should first have a good understanding of mobile learning strategies, from design to technical considerations and user experience. By using effective approaches and relevant interactions and gamification  You can use items to create the right mobile learning solutions for your employees to improve their skills.
This is a mobile learning course for training time management skills (above). This course clearly explains the importance of time management in professional and private life. How the learner can decide what is a priority and what is not is well explained through interesting interactions.
Example 2: Keep the duration of your mobile learning modules short
Mobile learning is an effective way of delivering critical learning content and training your employees’ skills. It will be effective if you keep the study modules short, say one to five minutes. Many of us may have learned something such as cooking a recipe, a new skill, a different technique of doing something, from 1 to 3 minute short presentations posted on Facebook or YouTube. This is one way of effectively delivering training or learning content. You can include interactivities in your mobile learning courses so that the learners can quickly process short bursts of information as part of the competence training.
This 5 minute mobile learning course on the Code of Conduct (above) is part of the behavior training. This course is designed to provide a fully responsive solution that can run on all mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. We designed the course with compelling scenarios, interesting activities and evaluation questions. The seamless learning experience across all devices contributed to higher retention and higher course completion rates.
Example 3: Use interactivity for engaging experiences
Mobile learning courses and modules can appeal to all learners due to the media-rich content and environment. You can offer a variety of content formats such as images, audio and video files, animations, interactivities, etc. to encourage student participation and enhance the learning experience. Therefore, you can use an interactive training mechanism in your mobile learning to increase the learning effectiveness of your competency training and to provide an engaging experience for your employees. You can also add infographics and flip cards to your courses so that learners can get brief information as part of their skills training.
In this short mobile learning course (above), colorful infographics and folding cards provide additional information on specific concepts as part of qualification training for employees in the food industry.
In these mobile learning courses (above) for competence training in healthcare, interactive elements such as arrows and hotspots clearly explain the concepts.
Example 4: use gamification in mobile learning for an immersive experience
Gamification in mobile learning integrates game elements into the existing content, making it more attractive. Simple game elements such as several levels or progress bars can serve as motivation for learners compared to the simple look and feel of mobile learning content. Elements like points, stars, badges or coins keep the learners in suspense and use the very human instinct to collect more. Therefore it is always better to use gamification elements in your mobile learning whenever possible.
In this behavioral training for mobile learning on ethics in the workplace (above), interesting gamification elements such as levels, stars and badges offer learners an immersive and engaging experience and motivate them to take up the course and complete the course.
With mobile learning, learners can access courses on a device of their choice and learn at their own pace. This flexibility makes mobile learning for skill training more engaging and intuitive.
At Tesseract Learning, our learning and visual architects are constantly reinventing and reinventing their approaches to designing, developing and delivering effective L&D programs. We use our powerful new micro-learning platform KREDO to create efficiency and offer optimal learning experiences throughout the entire training cycle. The company also develops mobile learning and training courses with engaging interactions to improve learners’ competencies and skills. To learn more you can contact me or leave a comment below.
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