“An image is worth more than a thousand words...                                                             and an experience is worth more than a thousand images”


Experiential learning

Experiential learning goes beyond knowledge transfer and theoretical models. It makes participants experience situations that are similar to those in their working enviroment and allows them to reflect upon and learn from them. Its aim is to trigger certain changes in the participants attitudes and behaviours, allowing them to develop their abilities.

We desing customised training programs tailored to fulfil the needs of our clients.

our work process

Our work process is developped in three phases:

Phase 1.  Using Mind Mapping we carry out the first conceptual design of the whole program structure, which we verify with the client to ensure that it reflects their expectations.

Phase 2.  We design the Learning Guide for the training course, in which we define in detail the different learning outcomes to be achieved during the training and the activities and exercises most appropriate to make sure these learning outcomes are met. Also in this phase we establish the timetable, including the duration of activities, breaks, etc.

Phase 3.  We draw up the Technical development card, for each of the activities planned in the Learning Guide, in which we define the specific objectives, the contents of the activity, the instructions the participants need to carry them out, the materials to be used and the time allotted to each step of the exercise. Finally, we specify the approach and questions for the group debrief session with which every activity ends.


We help people and organisations to develop