This is a call to action for all managers and learning leaders. Learning & Development branch may not have the resources to meet all the learning needs of organisations; but there is much organisations can do for themselves to increase organisational learning. This series presents 5-minute introductions to contemporary learning ideas; with a raft of useful resources and blog posts to encourage you to engage in discussion.
NGO Learning Centre wins gold - In November 2014 the NGO Learning Centre was announced Gold Winner for the LearnX Asia-Pacific Training Awards for best eLearning model (in the blended learning category). In the same month the NGO Learning Centre was also announced finalist for the AITD National Awards – in the category of best implementation of a blended learning solution. ‘Finalist’ may not sound as Continue Reading
Action Learning - Action Learning is a reflective learning technique which takes place with real-life job tasks; where participants learn by doing, and then reflecting on what they have done. Action learning is a particularly effective way of enabling staff to learn new skills and can have direct positive impact on organisational practice. This technique is well suited to implementing new projects which Continue Reading
70:20:10 Learning Theory - The 70:20:10 Learning Theory is an approach to learning that has gained much popularity with organisations over recent years. This approach acknowledges that while organisations spend approximately 80% of their training budgets on traditional face-to-face training, there is much evidence to suggest this is not the most efficient way in which people learn to do their jobs. Most workplace learning Continue Reading