How Yarno can engage your remote teams
We're more than just a piece of software. We know time is your most valuable resource - so Yarno offers a complete end to end service to help get your training to your remote learners quickly. Want to manage the software yourself like a SAAS product? That's ok. Want support with learning content, video and graphics? We've got you covered.
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Who we work with
We're only as good as our customers' results and are proud to work with Australia's most progressive companies.
Yarno can help you…
Reach remote workforces
Connect with your employees wherever they are, and scale your training cost effectively with ease.
Build a culture of learning
Help your employees discover new ways to learn, inspired by knowledge sharing and enabled by technology.
Prove learning ROI
Learning is an investment, not an expense. Demonstrate a return on this investment by aligning learning results with business objectives.
Get your employees talking about training. Keep knowledge fresh by keeping the peer-to-peer conversations going.
Embed and reinforce training
Reinforce knowledge over time and expose employees to new skills and ideas progressively, with spacing and questioning in between.
Spend less time and money keeping up with training requirements and change employee behaviour in 2 minutes a day.
The learning science behind Yarno
MicrolearningMakes learning quick and flexible
Better learning happens when it’s easy to digest. So, think of microlearning as your information probiotic. Short bursts of learning delivered over time not only holds our attention but works to embed and strengthen knowledge, helping fight the forgetting curve.
GamificationMakes learning fun
We love learning, but sometimes it’s just not exciting. Through game principles like scoring, achievements and friendly competition, we found that not only did learner performance, improvement and participation in training increase, but learners were asking for more!
Spaced repetitionMakes learning stick
It takes more than a day to make learning stick, so we don’t try to ask that of our learners. Instead, we repeat questions to give learners a chance to make mistakes, try again, reinforce the information, and build an understanding that will last longer than the final question.