Experts in Experiential Learning Design

RSVP Design are globally respected specialists in experiential learning design. We design high quality, versatile and practical experiential learning activities, tools, resources, games and behavioural simulations tailored to your needs.

Free Experiential Learning Advice

Take advantage of our expertise and experience of experiential learning, and ask us your questions and queries today. Whether you are looking for an activity suggestion, or some advice about your complex learning programme, we are here to help.

Free Experiential Learning Manual

Get learners more engaged in your team-building and in your training workshops with our FREE experiential learning activities

Experiential Learning Activities

Experiential activities designed to make learning more effective and engaging

Learning Design

World class learning design from experts in adult learning

Train the Trainer

Building skills in selecting, facilitating, and reviewing experiential learning

Case Studies

Examples of where our tools and methods have been used

Zukunft Personal Exhibition, Germany

We will be attending the Zukunft Personal Exhibition, Germany on 19th – 21st September

Visit Hall 2.2, Stand No: O.32

We will be exhibiting alongside our German reseller, Gedam Management Tools, to provide expert advice & showcase our experiential activities.

New Activity: Mindfulness Unravelled

This is a new Mindfulness product from our partner in Singapore and is a wonderful opportunity to present busy people with an opportunity to focus on 5 mindful qualities : Beginner’s mind, Non-Judging, Letting go, Acceptance and Patience. As well as the instructions on how to use them, the pack includes 5 x wonderfully illustrated and quite different, A2- sized colouring posters.

In our busy lives we often don’t make time for ourselves and can find it hard to relax and recharge. Mindful colouring gives us an opportunity to pause and take stock of what is going on inside ourselves.

How do we continue to make learning relevant?

To what extent does the design of a learning environment need to recognise the context within which the learning will be applied? This great question was asked during a recent RSVP train the trainer programme and it raises some interesting thoughts about the learning design process and the extent to which we can make the learning experiences we offer, and the environment we create, relevant to the learner so that learning is more easily transferred back into the ‘real world’.

Maximise the engagement and effectiveness of your learning events


Use tools to enhance client programmes

L&D Advisors

Proven activities that deliver results


Achieve goals through people development


Memorable learning that engages and challenges

Rachael BarkerLearning & Development Team LeaderLifeplus Europe Ltd. Image

“I have used Colourblind with a couple of teams at work and have had great results, thank you. The manual I downloaded was very infomative and I have shared it with the rest of my team. I’ve been really impressed with the free downloads, newsletters, and value for money and customer service from you and your company so hope to be able to purchase further equipment in future.”

Rachael BarkerLearning & Development Team LeaderLifeplus Europe Ltd.

Azeb Asrat Country Director, a.i. United Nations World Food Programme Image

“The excellent facilitation by both Geoff and Ann ensured all staff participated in a positive way. Everyone was treated as equals and staff maintained their focus. The composition of the groups were dynamic and if something wasn’t quite working as planned, RSVP were quickly able to make adjustments in the programme to improve the outcome. Making full use of the facilities for activities both indoors and outdoors helped create a safe and relaxed environment for the participants. It was a pleasure to work with this dynamic and experienced team.”

Azeb Asrat Country Director, a.i. United Nations World Food Programme

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