Training Overview

It is common practice for companies to offer online audio/visual training as it is perceived to be a relatively quick and cheap solution to meet a client’s training needs. However, does this really provide the optimum learning experience for a delegate – something which they can actively participate in discussions and learn from by way of doing?

It is widely accepted that such methods typically result in lower ‘knowledge retention rates’ compared to training where delegates actively participate in discussions, practice by doing and share their skills with others in a small group.

The ‘learning pyramid’ below shows common methods of learning along with their proven effectiveness.

Fluid Power Design Solutions use a combination of all of the above training methods in order to ensure each delegate leaves the course having gained as much knowledge and as many associated practical skills as possible and have the confidence to implement these skills within their place of work.