Experiential Learning

Theory is all well and good, but deep learning can best be created with experiential learning activities.

Hands-on and practical

We focus on the areas of leadership training and team building/team development programmes and offer practical, hands-on experiences to bring learning home.

All of our courses involve some aspect of doing. This might be using the great outdoor facilities at the centres we use across the country, but it may be as simple as practical exercises in a conference room – it’ll be designed to meet your training needs and your training budget.

Giving people experiences

All of our courses involve some aspect of doing. This might be using the great outdoor facilities at the centres we use across the country, but it may be as simple as practical exercises in a conference room – it’ll be designed to meet your training needs and your training budget.

What we will not do is give your group a day of presentations, handouts, notepaper and pens. Our long experience shows that it simply doesn’t work – only when allied to hands-on experience can training really work, really last, and really become embedded in people’s belief systems.

That way, when they get back to base, the training lives and breathes, because the results are within the very people who wanted them.

Experiential learning is all about giving people experiences. Experiences of leading, of working in a team, and of developing that team. It enables people to learn, quickly and comfortably, through mistakes, and have a great time whilst they’re doing it.