Corporate Strategies by SkillPath
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Benefits of Experiential Training

Well-designed and implemented experiential training will make a significant impact on your organization and employees. By engaging both the intellectual and the emotional side of learning, the participants are fully engaged, learn in the context of their current job, enjoy a dynamic learning situation, become directly involved in skills that are readily transferrable to their current job and can sustain the learning over time. Experiential training can help improve your organization in the following ways:

  • Increases employee motivation to learn and improve
  • Accelerates completion of business goals
  • Creates synergy and shared ownership of your organization’s goals
  • Reduces resistance to change
  • Sustains and increases retention of training and learning

Experiential Training Activities

Experiential learning includes a wide variety of interactive practices and activities to ensure participants become challenged, active and personally engaged in the learning process. Our instructional designers develop content and activities with common learning elements which immerse the participants in a “total” learning experience.

  • Personal journals, diaries
  • Portfolios
  • Reflective personal essays and thought questions
  • Team games and problem-solving scenarios
  • Role-plays, drama activities
  • Games and simulations
  • Guided discovery
  • Simulations
  • Personal stories and case studies
  • Visualizations and imaginative activities
  • Models, analogies and theory construction
  • Empathy-taking activities
  • Storytelling, sharing with others
  • Discussions and reflection in cooperative groups

Our Trainers and Experiential Training

Our trainers focus on guiding and supporting learning opportunities by challenging participants, reinforcing involvement, maintaining an energetic pace and showing enthusiasm. They will monitor progress, keep training on track and ask questions that offer learning opportunities and maintain engagement. They are also charged with providing feedback and helping to integrate the learning objectives into the participants’ job responsibilities.