The traditional style of learning that most of us grew up with was school or trainer directed where information is pushed on learners. It fails to recognise the many different learning styles and leaves little room for reflection. For this reason, we deliberately structure our classes in a consistent “drip” (ongoing classes, daily, weekly, monthly) instead of a ‘fire-hose’ event (intensive all day, multiple day workshops). We use an online classroom to give you as much"knowledge" as we can upfront - then we work with you on applying that knowledge to your specific situation. This contextual style of program delivery allows for constant interaction between theory and practice and ample time for reflection and is sometimes referred to as 'Just in Time' or Flipped Learning.
It's also an interactive learning approach where, instead of passively absorbing information, students are encouraged to actively seek solutions to immediate problems, fostering critical thinking, application of knowledge, and skill development. Skills and knowledge are taught in the context of 'real-world' problems, with many opportunities to put theory into practice, enhancing the learning experience and solidifying the acquisition of knowledge.