Efficient Learning Strategies Webinar

If I have asked you when was the last time you have learned something, after a while you would most likely say something like:

  • I’ve read this interesting article yesterday
  • I watched this YouTube video when I needed to create some graphic
  • I was cooking something
  • I attended a training my boss sent me to.

In the modern society, the problem isn’t that we don’t have opportunities to learn, but we are picking what’s the closest at the time. Would you choose the same approach, if you entered a buffet full of all amazing dishes from around the world? Or would you rather walk around and choose what you really want?

During this interactive webinar we will explore how could we learn more strategically.

Learning goals

By the end of this webinar, you should:

  • Know about the neuroscience of memory formation
  • Know about the most efficient ways of learning from books and other sources
  • Create your own model of competencies (T, Pi, M or X)
  • Exchange with learners that are similar to you

Register here: https://www.runtheworld.today/app/c/learningstrategies


12 May 2021


6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: 12 May 2021
  • Time: 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm



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  • Radek Czahajda
    Radek Czahajda
    Training Without Bullsh*t

    I’m delivering Evidence Based Training sessions since 2016, while I was a soft skills trainer since 2013. My approach – to combine experiences with research backed explanations was awarded by EU VISION’s committee, selecting me the 15 Key Influencers of Adult Learning in Europe. Since 2018 I’m also an Ambassador of EPALE (Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe). I have gained a lot of experience in online training delivery during my mandate as Online Training Festival Main Organiser, organising over 150 webinars and online training sessions to an audience from 70+ countries. I love learning and experimenting with the way I do stuff. This webinar will be covering some of my recent experiments on learning processes. See you!

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