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5 benefits of using Knowledge Hub to support training programmes


Training programmes are essential for individuals and organisations to develop their skills and knowledge. However, traditional training methods such as classroom-based training can be expensive and time-consuming, and not practical for everyone. Knowledge Hub is one option to consider when you are looking for ways to support or deliver your training programmes. 

In this blog post, we will explore five benefits of using Knowledge Hub for training programs.



One of the key benefits of using Knowledge Hub to support training programs is flexibility. Knowledge Hub allows participants to access training content and materials at their convenience, regardless of their location. This means that participants can complete the training programme at their own pace and according to their schedule, reducing the need for costly face-to-face training sessions.

Read our case study as an example which looks at how the National Records of Scotland use a Knowledge Hub group to host an electronic exam



Using Knowledge Hub to support your training programme can be a cost-effective training solution. Traditional training methods often require travel, accommodation and venue costs, all of which can add up quickly. If you work in the public sector, you can create an ‘open’ or ‘restricted’ group free of charge. It’s quick to set up and you’ll have full access to a range of collaboration tools to choose from to help support your training programme and meet the needs of your participants. As members of a training group, they can access the group’s content from anywhere, at any time - making it even easier for you to keep your participants in the loop and engaged.


Increased engagement

Knowledge Hub can also help to increase engagement among participants by allowing them to interact directly with the training content and materials. Your training programme can make use of discussion forums and polls to keep activity levels flowing and ensure participants remain motivated throughout the programme. This will help to lead to a more positive learning experience, as well as allowing participants to access relevant content when they need to.


Access to expertise

A Knowledge Hub group can also provide access to a wealth of expertise. Participants in the training programs can interact with trainers and other participants, sharing knowledge, experience, and expertise. This helps to create a trusted collaborative learning environment, where participants can share what they know and learn from each other. This in turn can help to build a valuable connection between participants and strengthen their networking opportunities.


Valuable feedback and insights

A Knowledge Hub Group provides a dedicated space for learners to provide feedback on the training programme, share their experiences, and offer suggestions for improvement. This can be a valuable source of insights for trainers and programme managers, helping them to refine their training materials and methods, and make it more effective over time. The online collaboration tools also allow you to capture feedback and insights through the training programme at timely intervals, rather than gathering evaluations at the end alone. 


Key Takeaways:

  • Knowledge Hub provides flexible and cost-effective training delivery solutions for those working in the public sector.
  • Increased engagement and access to expertise are also benefits of using Knowledge Hub to support your training programme.
  • Knowledge Hub provides a trusted space to gain valuable feedback and insights on the effectiveness of a training programme.


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