Training systems

Requirements for Training / V13 2023-05-02

Figure 1 Annex 4 – Alignment Triangle

Reflection and Experimental Learning

Reflection is an important part of the learning process and must be facilitated in all learning activities. Participants develop a positive attitude towards the subject and enhanced behaviours in the work situation when they succeed through trying things out on their own, bringing their relevant experience into play and using learning points from feedback. Kolb’s learning cycle 3 illustrate four phases of the learning process: 1) active experimentation; where the participants test their understandings and abilities 2) experience; where the result of the action is detected 3) reflection; to what extend the result of the experimentation was expected, 4) conceptualisation; where participants conclude what worked well or what should be improved in the next experimentation phase

Figure 2 Annex 4 – Kolb’s Learning Cycle

Active experimentation is not only intended for practical training, as reflection and expressing one’s understandings, thoughts and beliefs are also active experimentations. Therefore, the learning cycle is applicable in all the learning domains of knowledge, skills, and ability.



3 David Kolb (1984). Experiential Learning. Experience as the Source of Learning and Development

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