First Visit
1. What's the difference
2. Integrated Learning
3. Integration with Business
4. Organisation Objectives
5. Bow Wave
6. Integration with Job Role
7. Integration with Workplace
8. Delivery Methods
9. Course Follow Up
10. Summary

 
What's the difference between .

Integrated Learning and Training?
 

In many people's minds, the term 'training' refers to 'courses'.  A course is an event with clear starting and ending points, often related to quite a narrow job function.    Integrated Learning is different.  

Strange as it may seem, the starting and finishing points may not necessarily be clearly defined.  You see, the starting point for any programme of learning may be something you did a long time ago - Integrated Learning helps you build on your past experience.

And as for finishing points - well that's up to you, but the idea of 'lifelong learning' doesn't demand that there is an end to a learning experience, although you will reach a point when you probably need to pause for a while before continuing.

To learn more on Integrated Learning

 
23 September 2017

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