Our recently updated Free Experiential Learning Manual is an essential tool for anyone who is interested in training, learning and development, coaching or facilitation.
The downloadable manual has enough ideas, activity briefs and review suggestions to allow you to begin designing your own experiential learning workshops and development programmes, using minimal or no resources!
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The manual aims to cover a variety of learning objectives that will support the facilitator, thus enabling them to provide the best learning and training for all of the participants.
The manual introduces Kolb’s learning theory and cycle, and explains how this is applied to RSVP Design’s experiential activities, and how it helps the facilitator extract optimum learning with the participants.
It also explains how to review these learning outcomes, and provides information to help you select which activity would be best to use for your desired learning outcome.
This Free Experiential Learning Manual has a variety of activities that will be useful for anyone and everyone within the field of learning, training and development. Whether you’re new to experiential learning, in need of some new ideas for activities, or a teacher who wants to use experiential activities as a way of engaging students, it is accessible for everyone!
Experiential learning activities for team building, leadership & personal development, management, and coaching skills!
Two effective activities at a discounted price – an image deck & a problem solving activity. Perfect for those who are just beginning their experiential activity journey!
Unsure of what you need? Talk to us first! That’s what we’re here for. With over 30 years experience advising clients on selecting & using the best activities.
“There is no doubt at all about the value of RSVP Design’s contribution to this project. The residential programme in Ireland at the start of the project was a defining moment in the team’s success and the total training investment was less than 0.01% of the project cost yet was highly significant in achieving our business results.”
Dr Rodney Irwin
Group Director Risk Management, Internal Control & CR Reporting