Didactics of on-site microtraining
Microtraining is all about targeted, sustainable and efficient training in short learning units. The contents of classroom training are designed to last for 3.5 hours and are characterised by a high level of practical relevance and interaction. So participants stay fully engaged and avoid “cognitive overload”, input phases of the training do not last longer than 20 minutes. Each input stage is complemented with a practical exercise. Our classroom training is built around many practical phases in order to ensure immediate application of the acquired knowledge in everyday working life.
Our on-site training is limited to a maximum of 15 participants in order to allow a high level of interaction. Our certified micro trainers deliver the classroom sessions based on an extensive personal insight into their particular area of expertise and will base their training content on the latest findings from research. We focus on the latest exercises and a variety of methods to ensure that every learner is adequately served.
Special methods are used to replace inefficient breaks and thus create more space and time for the actual learning experience. For the purposes of transparency, the learners will be informed about learning steps and goals, so that the relevance of the topic is highlighted. Each classroom training session also provides special exercises for activating content and promoting participant motivation and their willingness to learn at their individual pace during the e-learning phase.
At the end of the classroom training, we always use our state-of-the-art real-time evaluation that allows participants to give instant and open feedback. This helps us to share positive and any negative experiences with the team in order to continuously develop the programme in partnership with you, our client.
Didactics of mobile learning
Our “KnowledgePulse” app encourages the participant to process and reflect on the content of classroom training. It provides the time for individual and self-directed learning on the smart phone, computer or tablet, anytime and anywhere. It is specifically through the use of mobile learning that we’re able to cut the “forgetting curve”.