As a renowned management consultancy firm with public interest, we conduct research and social surveys, make human capacity forecasts and also assess industry trends
We ensure that our training does not place content or material above the need to transfer learning back to the real job and link it with business results. This we do by engaging the whole system (i.e., the learner, the learner’s manager, the organization, the business need) in order to address the “what is in it for me”
Knowing that people learn in different ways, we avoid designing a “one size fits all” learning experience by developing some strategic tools and training delivery methods to accommodate this and ensure that our participants’ various learning needs are met.
Our training approach is also highly participatory. The brain friendly rule of thumb is that learners should spend at least 70% of the learning experience doing something other than just listening to the trainer. Learning is not just about the consumption of information but the creation of meaning, value and ultimately action on the part of the learner;
Studies have shown that we remember about 5% of what we hear, 20% of what we see, 40-50% of what we see and hear, and up to 80% of what we see, hear and do. Hence, we employ approaches and teaching, learning tools and equipment that facilitate the achievement of these goals.
We conduct post-training evaluation to assess the new value added in terms of skills and knowledge arising from participants’ attendance of our training programmes.
Knowledge and skill acquisition in our training courses would also be buttressed with a study tour of relevant project sites in the host country. The essence of embarking on this is to arm our participants with the necessary travel experience required for specific learning goals.