The 70 / 20 /10 principle is well known across the learning and development community as being a great blend of professional training, support and coaching from key influences around the business and learning whilst you work.
However, how much opportunity does an individual get to reflect on their development objectives and spend time away from a hectic working environment to research, plan or implement new ways of working or behaving.
The recent introduction of the Apprenticeship Levy has left many organisations scratching their heads about the amount of off-the job learning and CPD hours that form an integral part of the scheme.
Maguire’s approach to designing a bespoke development programme (as part of an apprenticeship scheme or not) is to identify realistic work based task projects that will add real value to the way in which an employee performs or has a positive impact on how they engage and manage their teams. This way the task and application of learning becomes a much more natural process and one that people are excited to action.
Completing these activities with the full support and involvement of a line manager or mentor is crucial if learning is to be effectively transferred to the workplace.
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