Our teaching philosophy is guided by three principles.
We strive to design courses that reflect authentic industry contexts in which learners can practically apply the fundamental content of a course. Authenticity is shaped with problem-based learning that challenges learners to make sense of ‘the world of project work’.
Learners are engaged in active discussions that help them make sense of how best to apply what they learn to 'the world of project work'. Structured into the course are frequently spaced formative assessments that highlight the concepts that learners are struggling to understand, so that coaching is target at the point of need.
Mock exams (summative assessments) and feedback help learners benchmark their potential performance on certification exams from professional associations like the Project Management Institute.
What we do well now.
Valuable training is concentrated on learners and workplaces - not facilitators or classrooms. Providing valuable training is why we set-up The Learning Trek.
What we aspire to become.
Learning is a shared experience among learners. Our ideal is to integrate education technologies for affordable learning for everyone.
Value depends on when, where and how it realistically helps you (the learner) do a good job; and get recognised by your employers or clients. We want our design and delivery to help people everyday.