BESPOKE TRAINING DESIGNED & DELIVERED
Our training process is familiar in concept but different in execution: we focus on decision training rather than simply delivering behavioural skills training.
All of our courses are specifically tailored to meet the needs of our client and are built upon tried and tested methodologies. They also use the most current tactics and procedures available in the field of special military units and their support elements.
A focus on the actual result or outcome of applied effort over time; a flexible and dynamic approach that centres the training stimulus on the desired outcome. That is, that the outcome, rather than being a fixed goal established in isolation, is a dynamic reference point that is specific to the intended objectives, whilst informing the learning journey of the individual.
BLENDED LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES
Recent research has shown how Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) improve success rates for student learning. Blended learning technologies are the use of ICTs alongside other classical training methods to develop long-term (sticky) learning, which provides high quality skills and knowledge for many years into the future. For Lulworth Stone, our use of technology is not to replace person to person learning, but to improve its efficacy and efficiency.
The Cognitive Apprenticeship model is an extension of the concept of traditional apprenticeship, with the inclusion of contemporary subjects of study, such as reading, writing and mathematics. The cognitive apprenticeship approach adopts the theory of situated learning (Lave) which states that knowledge and learning must be presented in authentic contexts (the ordinary situations where that knowledge is found). Cognitive Apprenticeships consist of six key components: modelling, coaching, scaffolding (and fading), articulation, reflection and exploration.