Learning Intervention

What is learning intervention

Learning interventions are learning activities we incorporate into your learning solutions to achieve specific learning outcomes.

What are the learning interventions we utilise?

Here is a list of interventions we use:

  • Classroom learning
  • E-learning
  • Teambuilding
  • Large group engagement
  • Focus group/Survey
  • Coaching
  • Process mapping/Re-engineering
  • On the job

We will recommend the appropriate intervention based on our understanding of your needs.

Below is a general understanding how we utilize the interventions to benefit you.

CLASSROOM LEARNING

  • This is the traditional format where learning occurs in the classroom where the trainer imparts knowledge to the participants.
  • Using a more facilitative approach, we are able to increase engagement and make it more relevant to the new generation.
  • This approach promotes social learning.

E-LEARNING

  • This is used in organisation that promote self-learning where participants plan their learning and complete it within a pre-determined time frame, during or after office hours.
  • Learning is done on an individual basis.

TEAMBUILDING

  • This is use to strengthen teams. The benefit of a teambuilding is the shared experiences created among team members.
  • It can be done indoor or outdoor depending on the nature of the programme.
  • High intensity, strong emotional bonds and fun is created with this intervention.

LARGE GROUP ENGAGEMENT

  • This is used mainly as part of the organisation’s change management communication strategy.
  • It can be done either in a teambuilding format or a large group facilitation approach such as world café and open space technology.

FOCUS GROUP/SURVEY

  • This is used to understand the needs of the various stakeholders in order to increase buy-in and commitment to the learning programme

COACHING

  • This is used to help executives to apply their knowledge, experience and learning through the coaching conversation

PROCESS MAPPING

  • This is used to create and/or improve current processes. It can be done either as a focus group session or incorporated as part of a learning workshop

ON THE JOB

  • This is used to put into practice what was learnt into the participant’s workplace.
  • This is highly effective for supervisors and specialist role