10 Myths About Professional Training Businesses Need to Know


Mary-Louise OrtizContent Developer and Strategist for findcourses.com

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Learning and development has become a core part of successful business, allowing employees to strengthen their skills and drive the organization forward. But what common myths might be holding you back?

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There are always thoughts and preconceived notions that surround professional training practices. Whether they are from negative personal experiences or from the words of others, millions still believe that the time taken for professional training is irrelevant or meaningless. Many ideas of which are entirely false and lead those who follow these beliefs into a stagnant career with limited opportunity, motivation and skills.

Thankfully, professional training has evolved from the previous decades of sitting in lengthy lectures listening to the same information time and time again. No longer are the common practices solely intended to benefit the company, but also how you as an individual can better your successes.

Additionally, learning culture has transformed how professional training is administered and received, giving more insight into consistent learning cultures, micro-learning, and the advances of technology to meet the needs of every employee. 

We know how difficult it is to believe that things have changed, but through data, research, and insights from LinkedIn Learning, ATD and many others, findcourses.com has identified the most prominent training myths and discredited them all. 

Take a look at the infographic below to uncover the real truth behind learning cultures, those certifications you’ve been putting off, and how you and your company can benefit from professional training.

Common professional training myths

Mary-Louise Ortiz

Mary-Louise Ortiz, originally from Fillmore, CA, in the United States, is a graduate in Communications working with content for findcourses.com and parent company Educations Media Group. She currently resides in Stockholm, Sweden.


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