Fundamentals of learning

The act of learning is something that transcends generations, cultures and societies. This workshop is focused on the “it’s all about them" principle – everything is centred around the learner and their needs, and considers the optimal conditions for learning based on the five key learning methodologies.

Max 12 participants
100mins

Impact

On your business

  • Boost employee engagement – 93% of employees say that well planned training positively affects their level of engagement. 
  • Reduce costs – training with poor learning transfer is a waste of time and money- and a drain on the organisation. 
  • More value from training sessions – good training ensures that the knowledge and skills gained stay with the participants in the long term, reducing the need for further training sessions and maximising the impact of the session. 

As a result of this workshop participants will

  • Understand how the science of learning can be implemented to help to deliver better, more memorable learning experiences. 
  • Be confident in their understanding of the learning process. 
  • Have an understanding of the basic principles of training delivery. 
  • Be able to apply the key learning methodologies to their training going forward. 
  • Take steps to develop their training further by using the tips provided in the workshop. 
  • Deliver learner-led training supported by the science of learning. 

Learning activities

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Workshop

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Discussion

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Online resources

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Action plan

Want to know more?

Learning can often leave people scratching their heads. When first starting out on a journey as a trainer, it can be helpful to develop the knowledge of how participants learn best. By understanding the process of learning, participants leave sessions with the best chance of being able to utilize their new skills and apply them in the workplace.  
The workshop is focused on the “it’s all around them principle”- everything is centred around the learner and their needs. Having a good understanding of the psychology of learning and being able to understand how the learner may think is integral to planning a successful training programme. The workshop will be based on the science of learning and lays the foundations for the train the trainer programme.

Participants will reflect on their previous experiences of training sessions and consider the impact that well planned training has had on their learning, and how they can apply this to their own training methods. They will consider the optimal conditions for learning based on the five key learning methodologies, and how this can enhance the process of learning transfer for their participants. It will also explore rapid skill acquisition and consider what that could look like within a training programme.  
The skills acquired include a host of essential tips, an understanding of basic learning methodologies, and the “unwritten rules” for delivery- ensuring you leave transformed from a good trainer in to a great one! 

Who will benefit?

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Trainers

who are looking to develop their training methods to deliver more impactful sessions. 

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Aspiring trainers

looking to enrol on the Train the trainer course and upskill as virtual trainers.

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