etc4CA’s effectiveness in traditional classroom educational and training delivery methods is based on two key success factors:
A variety of learning techniques are designed to put the client at the heart of the event: case studies, role-plays, identifying together the principles of good practice.
Individual and group activities allow each person not only to benefit from the collective competence of the group, but also facilitate individual assimilation of knowledge and skills, which will not be the same for all participants.
Our consultants become facilitators and their role is to assist the course attendees in discovering things for themselves. The consultant facilitates application of knowledge to real-life business situations ensuring transfer of skills into each person’s own job or company.
Education and training sessions are unique learning events that begin well before the first session and, more importantly, continue long after courses have finished.
To maximise the opportunity these sessions represent, etc4CA offers a set of solutions and methodologies that go far beyond the classroom presentations:
See link below for an interesting article from Joshua Foust, originally published in 'The Atlantic' on 18th November 2011.
What International Aid can't do - Joshua Foust.
The international community is great for disaster relief, but it struggles with creating healthy business environments. What's the secret to generating entrepreneurship?
Posted on November 20, 2011 at 14:22