Experiential learning for
developing your technical and human skills
Learning inspired by trainers’ shared experience,
simulation and role playing
Field observation, storytelling, active participation
Trainers use their knowledge from the field to give reality to concepts. We use storytelling techniques that help participants getting their point across, even when dealing with complex issues. We also encourage everyone to actively share their experiences with others in the room.
Simulation and game based learning
To make participants active players of their own learning process, we propose game-based environments. Customized scenarios, based on realistic contexts, put players in challenging situations. They are then better prepared for real life situations, and show extra motivation to perform new tasks.
Developing different skills, differently
We help participants to reinforce their soft skills. Simulation approaches are useful for learning both technical and human skills. Communication, emotional intelligence, negotiation, objective setting... these are some of them.
This five-day training workshop combined theory with case study through the use of a game. Participants were divided into three groups of
stakeholders and received a small set of instructions and a common goal: to construct and negotiate a Budget Support operation between all the groups. Each group also received specific objectives. The game reproduced a realistic context in which disbursement indicators of performance were set, by group (including different indicators for the EC, the Ministry of Finance and the line ministry). The quality of dialogue was assessed during all rounds of negotiation.
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