Learning to Learn: An Introduction

Learning to Learn: An Introduction

Do you make the most of the learning opportunities you encounter in everyday life? Despite the emphasis on the importance of learning, relatively few people achieve optimal learning. We can be so focused on getting our job done that we don't leave room for drawing out the learning. This course will help you understand what is involved in learning, how learning can be blocked, and what can be done to make sure you learn as much as you reasonably can.

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Course Goal

  • Develop a better understanding of how learning works
  • Understand how learning can be blocked and how to make the most of future learning opportunities
  • Understand how to be better equipped to make sure you continue to learn throughout your career
  • Experience being more confident in addressing your own learning needs

Who This Training Is For

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  • Certificate of Completion (more certification info)
  • Upon successful completion of this course, receive your Learning to Learn: An Introduction certificate

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Neil Thompson

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Neil Thompson

Human relations, well-being and leadership expert

Dr. Neil Thompson is a well-published and highly respected expert in human relations and well-being. Formerly a university professor in the UK, for over twenty years now he has been an independent writer, educator, and adviser. His books include People Management (2013), The Authentic Leader (2016) Promoting Equality: Working with Diversity and Difference (4th edn, 2018) and Effective Communication (3rd edn, 2018) all published by Red Globe Press, and Loss, Grief and Trauma in the Workplace (2009) and Mental Health and Well-being: Alternatives to the Medical Model (2019) published by Routledge. He has considerable experience as a consultant and workshop

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Language: English
Level: Beginner
Duration: 3.5 hours
Type:  Instructor-led
Category: Personal Development

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