Hello Distinguished Learning Leaders…
Do you remember your first bicycle ride without training wheels? The feeling was exhilarating, yet nerve-wracking. You wobbled, you may have fallen, but ultimately, you soared down the road with newfound freedom.
Much of your success came from ‘learning by doing,’ perhaps with a sprinkle of guidance from someone more experienced and a foundational understanding of how to ride.
That, in essence, is the 70-20-10 learning model: 70% hands-on experience, 20% from others, and 10% from formal education.
This learning model has been widely recognized and embraced in the field of learning and development. It’s a well-researched concept that acknowledges the importance of practical experience and collaborative learning in addition to traditional training methods.
At Kwelanga Training, we’re not only aware of its effectiveness, but are also focused on leveraging it to enhance the value we can unlock for you.
Our goal is to develop tools and resources that enable a holistic learning experience for employees, encompassing all aspects of the 70-20-10 model.
As we embrace the renewing energies of Spring and anticipate the Rugby World Cup kick off in just two days, let’s explore how this model can be your game-changer, too.
In the same way that each team in the tournament will rely on a blend of strategy, skill development, and teamwork, the 70-20-10 model balances on-the-job learning, mentorship, and formal training to create a winning formula.
As we support Siya and the Bokke, let’s also set our sights on elevating our own teams to championship levels.
It’s time to capture the renewal energy of Spring and the competitive spirit of the Rugby World Cup to Engage, Inspire, and Elevate our people!
If you would like to know more about the 70-20-10 learning model and how it can be applied in your organisation, send us your details and one of our experienced team members will reach out to you.
Next month we will be exploring Why Formal Training Still Matters (the 10%). Until then, stay blessed.
“To succeed, jump as quickly at opportunities as you do at conclusions.” – Benjamin Franklin