Learning has always been a part of one’s life journey. Be it in social life or the classroom. We are constantly learning and seeking knowledge. Hence, training has also evolved through time too.
Living in the 21st century, training has been upgraded and innovated into a blended and more engaging mechanism to make up for the learner’s need, which involves Emotional Intelligence and values. By incorporating these aspects in the 21st-century training, we can grasp the whole ecosystem of the development in each of the people we train. This is why I truly support and apply the methodology. We have to find the right balance between all three elements of organizational learning that consist of finding the right content, context and applying the right practice.
Technological achievements and the globalization of labor require complex skills for every one of its employees. The demand for readiness in the workforce has made it compulsory to apply creativity, communication skills, collaboration, and critical thinking in the workplace.
In my training session, the power of understanding the topic that I deliver lies in the capability to recognize the ability of my learners. As a trainer, we must connect and develop a rapport so that the training can be more transparent and the outcome achievable.
This blended learning allows me to create exciting, immersive, engaging and effective combinations of real-life experience. All incorporated in the training program and syllabus. When learners can experience the true emotions of the subject that they are learning, that’s what makes it easier for them to adapt and be able to use and modify the techniques taught in the training to be implemented in the real world.
My focus has always been on how to create a comfortable environment by using the right elements and energy that generates curiosity for self-directed learning. This fun way of teaching method has always intrigued me as I used to find it difficult learning in the old fashion way growing up. This is one of the reasons why I chose to become a trainer. I didn’t want others to feel the way I felt when I was learning back in the old days.
As a trainer, we must always find ways to reinvent our training concept by looking at educating in a wider and broader view to drive learners to grow in a progressive and sustainable scale.