Self-directed learning enables participants to set learning goals, acquire knowledge and skills, set their own actions and evaluate themselves. A customised web portal allows participants to determine what, how and when they learn and acts as a rolling source of ideas and inspiration.
Any organisation or team who wants to encourage their team members to learn and develop their skills, knowledge and abilities.
Maria Carballeira Rodriguez, Partnerships Team Architect, Historic England
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Begay Jabang, Senior Finance Business Partner, The Brooke
Participants have access to a password protected web-portal, reflecting your organisational brand. The portal would contain learning related to a range of topics based on your needs. Learning topics could include management and leadership; project management and ways of working; strategy and change; personal effectiveness or communications.
Each learning topic would include a number of modules. Each module introduces participants to a specific area of focus. Working through the activities in each module will help participants to develop their understanding and skills in these areas.
By accessing this self-directed learning, participants will be able to:
Participants can choose to work through the modules at their own pace, keeping a record of their learning. Modules could include:
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