A central focus point in our training services is the development of skills: skilling managers and employees in working according to the principles and culture of asset management.
We see education as just gathering knowledge. Training we see as the learning of new competences and appropriate attitudes and skills (and often also the unlearning of what is no longer productive in the context of asset management).
The credo which our training approach is based on and in which our view on people and organizational development is reflected:
I hear and I forget
I see and I remember
I do and I understand
Key is experience-oriented learning, close to the daily practice of the participants. We use the ‘learning cycle of Kolb’, which is based on people’s own learning strategy.
In education and training it is important to us that these learning strategies are addressed. This maximises the learning effect, i.e. what the client observes in daily practice of the employees’ training. In our asset management training, we tackle issues out of the daily working practice of the participants. This makes the training concrete, keeps the participants actively involved and creates besides a learning outcome also an outcome in working practice.