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Learning Style Assessment

Because audiences today are made up of people who have varied backgrounds, it’s not a surprise to note that these people have varied learning styles and preferences. As a result, the same techniques may not be equally efficient for all. Hence, you need to conduct training and assessment for such individuals in a way that suits them and in a style they’re used to.

At HRDQ, we understand that. We believe that unless you don’t modify your methods to a certain degree and remain flexible in your approach, you’ll never see great results. To help you out with actually understand how to approach things with a particular employee or a group of employees, we have tools with valuable information that will help you modify your approach and enable participants to expand upon the way they learn.

  • Learning Preference Assessment | Learning Style Assessment | HRDQ Learning Preference Assessment The personal characteristics of the learner ultimately determine whether self-directed learning will take place in a given situation. The Learning Preference Assessment and Expanding Your Readiness Workbook is designed to gather data on an employee's preferences and attitudes towards learning.
  • Learning Styles Questionnaire | Learning Style Assessment | HRDQ Learning Styles Questionnaire Help your participants to become more efficient and focused learners with the Learning Styles Questionnaire & Capitalizing on Learning Styles Workbook. Two in-depth instruments that help respondents identify a preference for one of four learning styles: Activist, Reflector, Theorist, or Pragmatist.
  • Learning Tactics Inventory | Learning Style Assessment | HRDQ Learning Tactics Inventory The Learning Tactics Inventory is a tool designed for participants who wish to become better at learning from experience. It profiles a person's preferred learning behavior, outlines the consequences of overuse of each tactic, and explores ways to adopt new learning strategies and behaviors.
  • Learning Style Questionnaire | Learning Style Assessment | HRDQ Learning Style Questionnaire The Learning Style Questionnaire measures a participant's preferred method of learning in four different learning styles: participating, reflecting, structuring, and experimenting.
  • Training Needs Assessment Tool | Learning Style Assessment | HRDQ Training Needs Assessment Tool Looking for a quick way to uncover your employees’ most critical training needs? Introducing the Training Needs Assessment Tool (T-NAT), a quick means of learning your employees’ most critical training needs.
  • What's My Learning Style? | Learning Style Assessment | HRDQ What's My Learning Style? Discover how to approach all types of learning in a comfortable way with What's My Learning Style? Participants identify a preference for one of 4 styles. The instrument presents both positive and negative aspects of each style, enabling individuals to use this knowledge to create greater success in learning.