Allowing students to practice in a controlled, in-class environment fosters the appreciation for feedback and trial-and-error learning. Such activities include discussions, interactive demonstrations, job-instruction training, brainstorming, and case studies.
Learners who understand what is expected are more involved and willing to invest energy in pursuit of a goal. To be effective, learning objectives must specify a behavior or performance that a learner should be able to complete at the end of training, a measurable criterion, and any conditions of performance.
LEGITIMATE TRAINING NEEDS
The best way to validate a training need is to conduct a pre-course needs analysis. If a training topic is truly a training need, learners will be actively engaged and willing to learn the new topic and can readily apply it to the workplace.
Our trainers facilitate a conversation to ensure the needs and expectations of the learners are met, present material clearly and effectively, and make information interesting in a safe and engaging learning environment.
Our training methodology is focused on Action learning during each stage of the training programme. This will be achieved through combination of various training methods (work-based assignments, one-to-one coaching, group discussions, training etc.).