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Learning Methodology

Brilliance Learning Concepts In Brilliance, we strongly believe that learning has to be an inspiring and influential process that leaves a positive impact on our learners and accompanies them in their professional and personal lives. Unlike other training programs, stuffing heads with information to acquire knowledge is not our cornerstone. Beside the wide variety of methods of interactive approaches in "Andragogy" (Adult Learning) that include role plays, case studies, group exercises, business simulation and open discussions, we depend intensively on three learning techniques; intensive facilitation, immediate practice, and individual and group coaching. They allow learners to apply the knowledge acquired, the right approaches, and to be coached upon any inappropriate practice.

Accordingly, learners become exposed to a safe influential learning experience that enables them to transfer the skills gained in the event to their workplace to do their tasks effectively and efficiently.

Cycle of Extended Learning:

The Cycle of "Extended Learning Capacity" is built on a main skeleton that shows seven steps (besides step zero) where the cycle goes through. It starts by inspiring the learner's attitude to gain his/her initial acceptance and remove barriers to improve the Extended Learning Capacity. The learner's willingness to learn is an asset for acquiring ELC. The foundation of knowledge of the program in hand is then provided, showing how this knowledge is applied, and how to practice it to get its practical dimension in order to be developed as a skill afterwards, then transfer this skill to various professional and personal scales. Accordingly, the learner's performance is raised and ultimately his/her Learning Capacity is extended and allowing the cycle to be repeated again and again in an infinite pattern.

The "Extended Learning Capacity" Cycle Skeleton is as follows;

Cycle depends on a main skeleton consists of seven

Cycle of Extending Learning Capacity "ELC"

The Cycle of "Extending Learning Capacity" is based on the importance of collaboration of both parties; the Trainer and the Learner. It requires mutual effort. Thus, two parallel loops (i.e. cycles) are taking place at the same time to form the integrated "Extending Learning Capacity" Cycle; one loop goes for the role of the Trainer and the other is for the Learner – illustrated in the following figure:

Cycle of Extending Learning Capacity

At the same time, the "Extended Learning Capacity" Cycle acts as an implied agreement on the roles of both parties specifying the roles they are going to play and the responsibilities they are going to share.

The Cycle of Extended Learning Capacity "ELC"

Extending Learning Capacity

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