Mathilde Bourdat

Mathilde Bourdat

L&D management expert, Cegos France

5E model for training and learning – 5/ Embed

 5E model for training and learning – 5/ Embed

Understanding and being open to change, in order to generate a new outlook or new ways of doing things, is the main aim of learning. Yet a 2016 study by the Harvard Business Review showed that many training sessions serve no real purpose. “Corporations are victims of the great training robbery. American companies spend enormous

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5E model for training and learning – 4/ Explore

 5E model for training and learning – 4/ Explore

Learning is all about searching for new meanings and connections. Like all explorers, learners need to accept – and indeed recognise – the risk of losing their way and coming up against a deadend. For their part, training designers should create environments that are secure and conducive to learning

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5E model for training and learning – 3/ Experiment

 5E model for training and learning – 3/ Experiment

Designing a training course involves giving participants the opportunity to activate a range of motivational drivers, so content must be selected and structured with the utmost care. It also means putting participants in problem-solving situations and creating experiences that are powerful enough to change established routines and knowledge.

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5E model for training and learning – 2/ Explain

 5E model for training and learning – 2/ Explain

If we think back to our time as young learners, we all remember a teacher who explained things well and helped us to understand. But what does it mean to ‘understand’? And how can understanding be made easy?

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5E model for training and learning – 1/ Engage

 5E model for training and learning – 1/ Engage

Engage, Explain, Experiment, Explore, Embed. This is the “5E” model in a nutshell – the underlying principles of our practice as trainers and the experiences we create for our learners, all based on neuroscience and other educational sciences.

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The changing face of work: what skills development framework will be needed?

 The changing face of work: what skills development framework will be needed?

As explained in my previous blog post, most jobs will be dramatically impacted by both technological and sociological upheavals in our environment. In addition to technical skills, professionals now need to have good general knowledge, social skills, and learning-to-learn skills. Cooperation, creativity, communication and critical thinking are already universally acknowledged to be crucial.

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The changing face of work: what new skills will be needed?

 The changing face of work: what new skills will be needed?

“Digital transformation into action”, “50% of existing jobs will no longer exist”, the business needs are changing… Some sectors are already catching the wave while others are missing it. In this context, how can L&D professionals look ahead and tackle the future?

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