Learning Theories – Cognitivism

Welcome to the second blog in our Learning Theories series.This one is all about Cognitivism. 

Cognitivism came about as a direct response to...

Learning Theories

Welcome to this mini-series on learning theories. We’re going to explore three of the top theories that explain how learning occurs, and how...

“The training was innovative and effective”. But was it actually needed?

In our last blog we had a look the Kirkpatrick/Phillips model for evaluating individual training programmes and the importance of that....

Evaluating learning – where to start?

It’s easy to forget to do it, and some people even dread it, but evaluation is critical to success. You need to understand what...

A golden ratio? A quick look at the 70:20:10 model

The 70:20:10 model suggests that effective learning can be achieved using a mix of different sources: 70% from job-related experiences,...

ADDIE Model: What is it and why is it useful?

A lot of thought goes into the development of every learning programme – all of that comes from a huge range of different sources; experience,...

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Here at Amphigean we continually research, develop and test best practice when it comes to learning. As a result, we have a broad portfolio of products...

What’s happening in the business of learning?

As learning designers and developers, it’s hugely important that we understand how people learn and like to learn, so we can help companies...

Amphigean boosts its online delivery

Amphigean has partnered with Mevo Norway AS to add a new and innovative delivery capability to its suite of learning products and services.

Micro learning...

Technology for the next generation

Next generation technology (NGN) looks set to transform the telecoms industry, along with the economy as a whole. NGN networks are packet-based that can...

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Learning Theories – Cognitivism

Welcome to the second blog in our Learning Theories series.This one is all about Cognitivism.  Cognitivism came about as a direct response to Behaviourism (see...
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Learning Theories

Welcome to this mini-series on learning theories. We’re going to explore three of the top theories that explain how learning occurs,...
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“The training was innovative and effective”. But was it actually needed?
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“The training was innovative and effective”. But was it actually needed?

In our last blog we had a look the Kirkpatrick/Phillips model for evaluating individual training programmes and the importance of that. This time...
Read More
Evaluating learning – where to start?
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Evaluating learning – where to start?

It’s easy to forget to do it, and some people even dread it, but evaluation is critical to success. You need to understand what works...
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A golden ratio? A quick look at the 70:20:10 model
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A golden ratio? A quick look at the 70:20:10 model

The 70:20:10 model suggests that effective learning can be achieved using a mix of different sources: 70% from job-related experiences, 20% from interactions with others...
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ADDIE Model: What is it and why is it useful?
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ADDIE Model: What is it and why is it useful?

A lot of thought goes into the development of every learning programme – all of that comes from a huge range of different sources; experience,...
Read More
Highlighting Amphigean Capability
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Highlighting Amphigean Capability

Here at Amphigean we continually research, develop and test best practice when it comes to learning. As a result, we...
Read More
What’s happening in the business of learning?
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What’s happening in the business of learning?

As learning designers and developers, it’s hugely important that we understand how people learn and like to learn, so we can help...
Read More
Amphigean boosts its online delivery
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Amphigean boosts its online delivery

Amphigean has partnered with Mevo Norway AS to add a new and innovative delivery capability to its suite of learning...
Read More
Technology for the next generation
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Technology for the next generation

Next generation technology (NGN) looks set to transform the telecoms industry, along with the economy as a whole. NGN networks...
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Widening the Amphigean reach
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Widening the Amphigean reach

The Amphigean team have had notable success delivering innovative programmes of learning to verticals outside the telecoms sector, in healthcare,...
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We are keeping our social distance here at Amphigean and have not worked from the office for nearly seven weeks....
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Not long ago one of our long-term customers, Virgin Media, held an internal competition with the objective of stimulating innovative...
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Top tips delivering sessions

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You’ve scheduled a session, created your content and practised the delivery. But what if people don’t turn up?  Don’t leave it to...
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Mind the (knowledge) gap  So, you’ve got your platform sorted (see our earlier blog here).  But just because you use an online tool...
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Now that it looks like we’re remote working for some time, we thought we’d share some best practice when it...
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In these unprecedented times, it could be easy to forget about learning. But it could be easier than ever to find...
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With so many of us now working from home, it is important to adapt to our new normal in a...
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