Professional Certificate in Designing and Facilitating Experiential Learning
To define what Experiential Learning (EL) is about, one can explain it as “Learning through reflection on doing”. EL activities include both indoor and outdoor elements. When incorporated into a training programme, these can deeply enhance the meaning of learning and development activities.
STADA brings you this 5-day workshop to help you build a personal and multi-faceted approach as the EL trainer, to develop and conduct experiential learning programmes with greater panache.
Using various theory models, workshop techniques and active learning processes, you can expect to be a more versatile developer and facilitator at the end of this programme, thus translating into a more effective and successful learning experience for your participants.
STADA was instrumental in introducing EL as a corporate training methodology to Singapore in the late 1980s and have since trained more than 500 facilitators (both in-house and independent consultants)
16 - 20 DEC 2019
Monday - Friday
9 AM - 6 PM
STADA Member: S$3,500
Non-STADA Member: S$3,900
GST Not Applicable
(Until December 2017)
Sign up in a group of 3 and the 3rd delegate will be entitled to 50% discount off course fee
To introduce you to Experiential Learning and enable you to be a more versatile trainer and facilitator.
After this workshop, you will be better able to:
Leverage experiential approaches to learning
Select the appropriate EL strategies to meet training objectives and participant needs
Understand the attributes and competency framework of facilitators in EL
Identify different types of facilitation strategies and their critical features
Learn and practice designing EL activities
Learn and practice various debriefing techniques to derive insightful learning
Learn questioning techniques to deepen learning and application
Acquire a bagful of Openers/ Energisers/ Closers and Training Activities (with and without props)
This course is designed for those who are responsible for delivering and facilitating training and development programmes.
There are four core adult learning methodologies that STADA subscribes to and shares with course participants:
Experiential learning – a powerful mix of learning through case study discussion, purposeful activities, and challenging games and simulations.
Self-assessment instruments – which provide a range of input and data of an individual’s perception on self and others.
Adult learning principles – allowing the participants to engage in personal reflection and group sharing, in order to facilitate learning. These sessions complement the experiential aspect of learning by linking the participants’ experiences to workplace.
Proven and researched frameworks – Providing a high degree of coherence and rigour to the programme design in enhancing business performance.
ABOUT THE TRAINER
Adrian Teo spent 9 years in government service; 5 years in an international NGO travelling to 57 countries worldwide; and the last 33 years running his own training consultancy. He was a member of the task force that introduced adventure learning facilitation into STADA and was its associate facilitator for over a decade. He subsequently took on the role of the master facilitator for the Professional Certificate in Designing and Facilitating Experiential Learning.
Adrian holds a BA (History) from Universiti Malaya, Malaysia as well a MSC (Management) from Durham University, UK. He also received certifications in cross-cultural dimensions, coaching, counselling, as well as in the WSQ Advanced Certificate in Training and Assessment (ACTA).
A believer in volunteerism, Adrian was active in 5 service organisations and is currently a board member of the Singapore Association for Continuing Education (SACE) where he conducts C3A/NSA community courses in mindfulness and aging realities. He recently took on the role of an adjunct associate for SUSS covering the subject of high commitment, high performance and high resilience organisations. Married, Adrian is father of two children and grandfather of three grandchildren.