All the training in the world can't equate to hands-on, scenario-based, experience. In this approach, trainees no longer need to memorize anything. Rather, they learn how to use those assets to perform a task so that when
they begin work, they are comfortable doing their jobs while using
reference materials for any necessary support.
Scenario-based training is segmented into two fundamental aspects: training and support. The training consists of real-life work-scenarios. These real-life scenarios are much more effective when it comes to information retention for new employees. The support comes in the form of job aids, checklists, or guides that help attendees respond to the training scenarios. This alleviates the memorization aspect that's all too common in new employee onboarding.