NanoLearning – a groundbreaking method

A reliable method for continuous and efficient learning – with measurable effects.

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The foundation of NanoLearning

There is a lot of science behind NanoLearning. But this is a short summary:

Repetition

Spaced repetition is an evidence-based learning method and an effective learning approach where courses are repeated, until knowledge and awareness is fully embedded in the long-term memory.

Reflection

We do not learn from experience, but rather from reflecting on experience. Reflection helps develop critical thinking skills and improve on future performance by analyzing information.

Reinforcement

By having all of your employees learning the same thing at the same time, learning is reinforced through dialogue, which leads to organizational effects. We call it collective improvement.

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Nils Ivar Skaalerud, NanoLearning inventor

THE STORY BEHIND

NanoLearning

Let’s be honest, humans make mistakes.

NanoLearning was originally created to reduce the risk of security incidents. The idea was to create a way to build human firewalls by offering awareness training to all employees.

We found that the NanoLearning method was a way to increase awareness, knowledge and dialog around the topic – in order to avoid attacks.

Today the method is used to create change through learning – with measurable and guaranteed effects.

Why NanoLearning

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Standardized courses

Use our standardized courses as they are or let us help you customize them to your specific needs.

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Measurable effect

Your results are measurable – from completion rate to survey and evaluation results, both on aggregated and individual level.

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Continuous learning

With NanoLearning, your learning is efficient, yet not time-consuming. With our courses your learning is continuous throughout the year, without taking too much time.

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Organizational effect

You will achieve higher results among your employees due to collective improvement.

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Ease of use

Learning should be simple and fun, and with NanoLearning, it is – for facilitators, as well as end-users.

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NanoLearning in numbers

A short summary of NanoLearning

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Increased awareness
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Like the method
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Complete the module
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Recommend NanoLearning

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