Experiential Learning

Why is Experiential Learning so Important in Training Initiatives?

Experiential learning builds personal conviction, and can be the difference between actually changing behavior, and just providing more information.

Experiential learning combines immersive activities that mimic real-world challenges with a targeted debrief that connects the lessons learned with the reality of the workplace. It allows participants to learn by doing, and not by just listening, reading, or watching. Because they have personally experienced the results that come with applying their existing skills (both successes and failures) they are more inclined to do things differently next time. New competencies are developed, more information is retained, and individuals are more likely to enthusiastically apply their new knowledge to their real world back on the job.

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In recent years, appreciation for experiential learning has grown within the training and development world due to its power as a behavior change tool. With that appreciation, however, has come many interpretations as to what actually makes up experiential learning.

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