Keyturn’s Learning Model

Underlying all Keyturn Learning and Development programmes is a 6-part philosophy, designed to meet the needs of all learning styles, and to enable each learning participant to achieve valuable results.  Working from this foundation, individual programmes are designed and adapted to suit people participating, group dynamics, and prevailing circumstances.

… always retaining focus on required results!

1Motivation

“Why do it?”…“What’s in it for me?”

  • Purpose and value of module
  • Creating interest and injecting energy

2Content

‘What’s it all about?’…‘What are the key points?’

  • Presenting ideas, concepts, facts, sequences.
  • Asking questions, generating discussion
  • Engaging in development activities

3Practice

‘How does it work in real life?’…‘What difficulties will I have to overcome?’

  • Setting up and running practise activities and exercises
  • Tips and techniques to overcome obstacles and excel

4Review

‘What have I experienced and learnt?’…‘What is valuable and significant for me?’

  • Structured reflection on what has been learnt
  • Identifying learning of greatest value

5Action

‘What do I do with this now?’…‘What results do I want to achieve in my workplace?’

  • Planning practical application of key learning points
  • Setting objectives/outcomes
  • Defining specific actions and time scales to achieve desired results

6Evaluation

‘What have I achieved?’…‘How does this make me feel?’

  • Result Reports are completed, once results have been achieved, to visually demonstrate application of learning

Delivering Visible Results

Keyturn programmes are facilitated using a wide variety of media, with strong emphasis placed on experiential learning, fun and enjoyment.

In workshops, discussion and participant input is encouraged from the outset, with our facilitators using a combination of skills to create an inclusive, interactive environment, while retaining focus on achieving targeted results.

In appropriate workshops, recording and playback of activities may be used, providing participants with a rare opportunity to practice skills in a safe environment and to evaluate themselves alongside professional analysis.

Participative workshop manuals are used on most occasions, involving participants in creating and recording their own thoughts, experiences and ideas.