Improving learner retention, test results and course completions
Performance Learning allows colleges and Further Education institutions to significantly cut costs by targeting resources at those students most at risk of dropping out. Improving learner retention, test results and course completions.
Boost results and performance
Save money and effectively target resources
Develop learner resilience and wellbeing
“Exams are coming up and I’m constantly doing knowledge recall tests so my Performance Learning skills can allow me to do quick revision.”
“Performance Learning is so much better than revision. It showed me how I can break down pages of notes/ text books in order to remember, recall and understand.”
“Performance Learning is very useful for business and subjects with lots of writing.”
“Since my Performance Learning Lessons I can recall info quicker and more efficiently.”
“The Performance Learning Session was really helpful. I remembered the knowledge a lot faster.”
“Performance Learning works, you have to try it and will revolutionise your learning.”
By giving you a institutionwide view of learners’ attitudes and behaviours to learning, alongside where learners may struggle, you’re able to more effectively allocate resources to where they are needed most. Boosting pass rates and course retention.
How it works
The Performance Learning technology’s core purpose is divided into 4 easy to use steps that carefully assess, train, re-assess and track your learner’s performance.
Quick, Simple, Accurate and Relevant.
Pricing & Packages
We’ve worked really hard to create technology at an affordable cost, our vision is to serve as many learners around the world as possible.
Pricing for Further Education
From £2.50 per learner
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“Performance Learning is so much better than revision. It showed me how I can break down pages of notes/textbooks in order to remember, recall and understand.”