Challenge: to modernise corporate learning
Despite the abundant availability of new learning technologies and methodologies, human resource leaders often don’t know how to innovate employee training. Training methodologies have not evolved in decades, especially in the more traditional industries, and are designed to be one-size fits-all sessions where information is delivered in theconventional teacher-student style. As a result, corporate training is deemed boring. How can you engage your teams in learning? And what does it mean to be a facilitator at the age where content is abundantly available anywhere anytime?
Peer Learning methodology
Engage your employees to spark their learning capability
Based on over 15 years of experience in the corporate world and the financial services industry and deep practical experience in the design and operations of modern education systems and learning innovations, Skills Nations has developed the Corporate Peer Learning methodology.
Taking an active-learning approach
The Corporate Peer Learning (CPL) Methodology uses active learning methodologies that have proven to be 14x more effective: participants still remember what they learned 6 months after the learning event took place. Haven’t you heard too many times that participants have forgotten what they learned in a training the day after the actual training event, as soon as they return to their daily activities?
Practicing the learning skill
Thanks to the appliance of proven methods in other fields, the CPL methodology sparks the learning capability. This means that participants will practice their learning-skill, that knowledge gained is retained better and longer, and participants will enjoy learning as they actively engage instead of being subject in a knowledge transfer exercise.
Easy peasy for HR
For human resource professionals, corporate training development and delivery has just become a lot more simple andup to date. The resource-intense activities of finding or developingsubject matter experts and delivering training have become redundant, thanks to the use of new technologies, and participants learning to learn autonomously, with only coaches as their guide.
First principles of the Corporate Peer Learning methodology:
Learning is better when
it is a social event
Content is everywhere, the skill
is to learn to learn
No teachers. Only coaches to guide the
autonomous learning process
Learning is best enjoyed when
it is convenient: anytime anywhere,
Every learner likes accomplishments
to be acknowledged
What do you get?
Relevant content matched with the learner’s level of understanding
A social environment for learning
Learning coaches and content experts to guide the learning process
Optional progression in follow-on programmes
Use of latest technology that increases learning outcomes
Pilot programmes are running in Singapore. We offer training on other regions on demand.