Training Methodology

Law 1: Adult are babies with big bodies

This principle allows us to acknowledge the fact that adults are babies with big bodies. For example, as children in KG, we colored, drew, played, and modeled with clay etc.- all hands on experience. Children with very little experience learn through experience. When you attend our session as adult or even teenagers, you bring a lot of experience with you. Using your experience and “hands-on” approach helps you to learn much more.

 

Law 2: People don’t argue with their own data

This principle allows us to explore what the students already know about the subject being taught. Participants are involved by asking them to look for ideas, concepts and techniques, which they can use, in real life. This help in retaining the concepts better.This principle allows us to explore what the students already know about the subject being taught. Participants are involved by asking them to look for ideas, concepts and techniques, which they can use, in real life. This help in retaining the concepts better.

 

Law 3: Learning is directly proportional to the amount of fun you have

Students own energy and involvement is used to make learning fun. Students enjoy learning because they are being taught technologies, tools and techniques, which will help them in the future.

 

Law 4: Learning hasn’t taken place until the behavior has changed

It’s not what you know but what you do with what you know that counts. That’s why skill practice is important. Participants are provided with ample opportunities to practice and get comfortable with the new styles and latest language being taught. We give success experience to the participants in trying out information and techniques so that they are able to use them when they go back on the job.