Innovative training methods and a learner-centered approach are embodied in our training programmes and educational strategies, making them applicable to learners from various backgrounds and those withholding different skills and capabilities.
The content and the delivery of the courses in the classroom, on the job and online, are based on principles for adult learning: focus on “real world“ problems, emphasize how the learning can be applied, allow debate and challenge of ideas relating the learning to the learner’s career goals.
The dynamic of each course consists of three parts:
– Pre-course – participants will prepare for the topic by e-learning (videos, presentations and readings);
– Core-part – in classrom or online, where participants will engage with the trainer and their peers in a workshop with variety of interactive training methods;
– Post-course – participants will apply their new knowledge and skills by e-learning (individual assignments, projects and forums).
The innovative training methods are calibrated to fit the specific audience, the culture of their companies, the nature of the material, and considering time constraints of adult learners.
Some of the training methods we use are: Project/Problem based learning, Business stimulations, Self-assessment, Case studies, Role playing, Mentoring, On-the-job oriented training, Management Games, Knowledge-Based Methods, Gamification, Microlearning.
Strategic mix of methods influence to participants engagement and satisfaction, retention of concepts, transfer of knowledge into behaviors and creating new skills, and ultimately the impact on their performance, both individual and organisational