Poor grammar, spelling mistakes, and typos distract learners from the training material and have a negative impact on learning. 

For example, which sentence is easier to read?

Ever drive the forklift without a seatbelt. 


Never drive the forklift without a seatbelt.

Learners will not trust information that is full of careless mistakes. Poor grammar and spelling can also create confusion—making learning more difficult and frustrating. 

These problems can be avoided if you carefully proofread your content and launch your training to an initial pilot group.