Winning Teams closes several learning and core knowledge gaps, thereby bringing learning and development to the floor, where it is integrated with daily workings within organisations and institutions. By using the Winning Teams learning and development model of engagement, core knowledge gaps are closed, which enables learning and development to take place and this in turn stimulates co-operative learning in a competitive space.
A Learning & Development Model of Engagement
Winning Teams provides a comprehensive model which enables educators/lecturers and learners to follow a structured process of steps that are clear and easy to manage, with all necessary tools and materials provided. With this, they are able to:
- Build a learning culture that is exciting and motivating
- Use learning materials that are easy to understand and provide revision and practice
- Use different learning skills in order to ‘learn how to learn’
- Build English language competencies
- Receive tutoring support
- Develop work based skills
Co-operative learning & development in a competitive space
The Winning Teams learning and development model of engagement was originally created in response to a learning need in the corporate world. Employees who needed to learn and embed core knowledge were unable to retain and apply what they had learnt from single training sessions without follow up in the workplace. What they needed was a creative and enjoyable way to practise and reinforce learning and its application to their job requirements. The answer was found in team sport.
Team sport tests the competency of team players and determines which team is the best through competitive engagement. The Team sport process involves coaching, learning, practising, testing (the match), scoring, applauding and performance assessment. The Winning Teams model uses these process steps, team sport principles, practices and competitive structures and applies them to learning and development.
An Integrated Learning & Development Model of Engagement
Structured Learning & Assessment Methodology