Our training approach is best summed up by Benjamin Franklin’s, “Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” We have much to teach with our experience in facilitation and DACUM Occupational Analysis, but we understand that is not enough to truly make an impact. We want our training participants to leave with the knowledge and experience.
Knowledge is an understanding and familiarity with facts and information. We pack our trainings with key knowledge we’ve acquired over the years and from working with hundreds of groups in various settings and situations.
Skill is the ability to perform tasks with a high degree of proficiency. This is where the rubber meets the road. We understand that to truly learn something, you’ve got to roll up your sleeves and get in there to give it a try. That is why we carefully design energetic, cutting-edge trainings where attendees are actively involved and engaged in a safe environment that allows them to begin to develop or sharpen their facilitation skills. For example, in our DACUM Occupational Analysis training, participants observe an actual panel of high-performing incumbent workers as they create an occupational profile.