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Our Training Method and Philosophies Training Method

Based on adult learning principles, Canadian Management Centre's training method uses proven, highly interactive participatory sessions and practical techniques that create discernable behavioural change that can be applied immediately in the workplace.

We have always been firm believers in an interactive and engaging instructing style appropriate for adult learning. From theory, to strategy, to proven practical tools, Canadian Management Centre delivers readily applicable ideas and solutions to prepare participants for real-world situations.

We provide a thought provoking learning environment, a variety of learning tools are utilized in seminar delivery. We believe that adult learners will commit to learning when the objectives are realistic and relevant. From management theory to implementation strategy, Canadian Management Centre delivers proven practical tools and readily applicable ideas and solutions to prepare participants for real-world situations.

Adult learners bring a wide range of previous experiences, knowledge, self-direction, interests, and competencies to a learning environment. Canadian Management Centre is committed to designing, developing, and delivering highly interactive programs that respect the needs and principles of adult learners.

In order to accommodate the needs of our learners and facilitate an effective transfer of learning our instructional design methodology follows these principles:


  • Appeal to Learning Styles — adults learn in different ways and at different rates; we use a variety of instructional methods to stimulate our learners and to accommodate their individual learning styles.
  • Integrate Experience — adults learn by building on their experiences; our Faculty are adept at incorporating examples and information so that learners will have a relevant frame of reference.
  • Provide Feedback — adults appreciate constructive feedback; our programs offer opportunities for learners to demonstrate their learning and for our Faculty to deliver structured and actionable feedback to each participant.
  • Adults Learn By Doing — we incorporate a high level of interactivity during delivery ensuring that no more than 30% of time is focused on theory, with the other 70% devoted to learner activities.






 

Theory:

  • Lecturettes
  • Printed Materials
  • Reading Assignments
  • Videos

Application:

  • Group Exercises
  • Group Discussion
  • Case Studies
  • Self-Assessments
  • Role Plays
  • Brainstorming (Mind Maps)
  • Personal Reflection
  • Goal and Objective Setting

 

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  • "  The course was very professional and friendly. Ms. Rose was a joy to be around and she made all the role-playing games not as intimidating as I thought they'd be.  "

  • "  This was a learning milestone in my career!  "

    Carrie Wilemsen
    Gibson Energy Ltd

  • "  Very good course, strongly recommend to others  "

    Wayne Adams
    ISC – Information Services Corporation

  • "  Janelle is a terrific course administrator. She made everything very easy to understand and the information was of benefit to my boss and I.  "

  • "  I liked the focus on practical examples of the lessons taught, as well as opportunities to practice the tools in teams. This allowed us to better understand, and obviously practice what we were learning, on work based examples. Therefore we learned and got some preliminary work done.  "

  • "  Jim was a great facilitator and kept the energy level high. The course was fast-moving and applicable.  "

  • "  I enjoyed the areas that focused on the process, as opposed to the project management side.  "

  • "  The course was very informative and easy to understand.  "

  • "  This course worked well for me as a new buyer.  "

  • "  There was lots of interaction. The small group allowed more time for in depth discussions.  "