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Learning Design
Experiential learning methods image We work in partnership with our clients to create highly effective, customised learning solutions to address specific organisational development needs.
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Learning Tools & Resources
Experiential Learning Activity imageOur catalogue of creative and well-proven experiential learning tools are available to learning and development professionals to use in your own programmes.
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Learning Experiences
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Experiential Learning Tools, Resources & Programmes

This website and online shop is designed to help you make your learning events, training programmes, workshops, meetings or any other group event more effective and engaging for the participants.
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RSVP Design are designers, publishers and facilitators of a wide range of experiential learning tools, experiential learning programmes, and trainer training workshops, so we have used these materials with groups and we know they work.

You can access our expertise in activity based learning design: use our relevant, versatile and practical experiential learning activities, team-building games, conference activities, behavioural practice fields and challenge arenas that are sophisticated enough to generate high quality discussion and to refine, rehearse and develop key individual and organisational skills.

You can use our professional activity based training support service if you are involved in learning and development as a trainer, facilitator, organisational development specialists; or if you are an operational manager, coach or business consultant.
  • Goodbye to our colleague Kim!
    Our colleague Kim Sherwood who will be known to many of our customers as the first line of contact by either telephone or email, has decided that the...
  • Designing the learning OUT of a learning experience
    We’re often asked to get involved in supporting clients in the creation of facilitators’ guidelines and other support materials for programmes that they intend to deliver to their...
  • Making the Learning Link Between Emotion & Environment
    Learning aims and objectives are familiar subjects for consideration in Learning & Development circles, but have you given any thought to the idea of capitalising on learning emotion? When you do, it’s worth considering the...