Spaced repetition builds the retention that maximizes training ROI
It’s not enough to show that learners have completed training. The learners have to remember the content and be able to apply it on the job.
If learners don’t retain the knowledge, then they can’t align their behaviors — therefore they won’t improve their performance and the training has no value!
It’s even better to have learners practice recalling information in different scenarios. This type of spaced repetition provides relevant context to learners that they can use to connect information and processes with tasks they do on the job.