So originally I wanted my blog to be about online education, but with a recent change in job I have been thinking about work based learning, which comes in many forms. So here is a review of learning styles I have experienced in my first month of a new job.
First I have been reading a lot of standard operating procedures (sops) written document explaining exactly how I should do it and what I should look out for, also my analytical skill are being coached by my new team and I have verbal explanations of the issue solving process.
This has been a drastic and dynamic change compared to my last role, with more freedom and responsibilities, but the nature of the role makes prioritising what I could or should do quite a challenge. With my currently limited knowledge I rely on the team and have to ask for lots of help.
The amount I have to learn is vast, in time the knowledge will accumulate and my skill set will grow, while this is a slightly daunting adventure, I believe this role offers a healthy amount of stimulation.
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