We design learner guides with learners in mind.
Our guides are rich in images, colour and diagrams to capture and hold attention. They are visually mapped using instructional design theories, including Bloom's Taxonomy.
A great employee is like a four-leaf clover, hard to find and lucky to have.
Our training materials and experiences ask learners questions, inviting them to fully engage in the subject matter. The natural curiousity of a learner is their best asset when it comes to learning. When we are curious, dopamine is released into our bloodstream. In this way, learning becomes enjoyable, and learners become self-motivated.
Kolb's Experiential Learning Theory is validated by current neuroscientific findings about what works for learners. We refer to this cycle in all our training development. Kolb's theory is typically a four stage learning cycle, as follows:
To develop robust assessment tasks, we use simulated environments, role plays, third party reports, as well as written tasks and workplace observations. Our training methods create the right conditions for learning to take place and motivate the learner to take charge of their own learning.