Our Learning Model and Tools

The ultimate purpose of human learning is for new ideas to be able translated into real life practices and eventually enhance individuals' performance. For people to apply new knowledge and skill to real world situations, the way training programs are organized and delivered matters.

From a decade of experiences, we use the three most basic universal components of human learning throughout our training program.

The sessions that form the core of the Experiential Learning program consist mainly of participative exercises. These exercise encourage self-exploration and self-discovery and are bring more to their work than the knowledge and skill acquired through their formal training and their professional practices, and (b) identify ways in which the use of ‘diagnostic tools’ can enhance their practice and everyday lives.

  • Visual Imaging
    Subject matters are presented in a way that depicts vivid imagery representations of the concepts and ideas. Facilitators communicate the key learning points with participants using graphically portrayed power points and inspirational short video shows. This process of imaging abstract ideas helps to formulate an easy model of ideas in the mind of the learner throughout the learning time.
  • Reflection
    ‘Reflective process’ involves learning from past experience to review professional progress, evaluate concerns and improve professional practice. During the training sessions Participants are guided to reflect their own life experiences and relate the subject matter with their practical life situations. They will go through progressive mental and psychological processes to arrive at a point of new realizations. The ultimate purpose of this technique is to enable each individual to craft his/own new possibilities in every dimension of life.
  • Paired Discussion
    This is part of the learning where participants are paired with each other to form a friendly partnership and share each other's real experiences on the concepts raised on the stage. People mostly get involved when it comes to sharing their experiences and insights with someone else because it opens a door to give life for some of the ideas that were buried deep-down in their psyche. This way they will find real and concrete experiences for the topics beyond the theoretical explanations.
  • Group Activities
    Group work essentially creates an environment where participants "teach" and explain concepts to each other. This reinforces the information provided by the instructor and also provides the participants an opportunity to "hear" or learn the material from a peer, who may be able to explain it in a way that makes more sense to the other students. When we apply collaborative learning experiences, it encourages them to interact & learn with one another and apply it to projects at hand.
  • Simulated Games and Challenges
    Some people have a difficulty to grasp abstract ideas released in the form of words only by listening. Therefore our facilitators bring about the concepts in the form of indoor games and challenging exercises to represent the lesson behind a certain topic of discussion. This involves mental and at the same time physical activities that fully occupy the learner alongside with other group mates.
  • Case Demo
    Some people are more inductive than deductive reasoners, which mean that they learn better from examples than from logical development starting with basic principles. The use of case demonstration clearly brings lifetime experiences in the classroom using the time-lapse effect. The participants can see themselves through the demo and will have a chance to investigate some of the reasons that have contributed to the current realities of his life.
  • Self Expression
    At the end of each session participants are invited to share personal realization on the subject matter to the crowd. When they voice out their understandings it doesn't only give them a sense of confidence but also concludes the training material in their own mind models.
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