2015 Work-Applied Learning (WAL) for Change Conference

November 17th & 18th - Adelaide, South Australia

In the 2015 conference, Work-Applied Learning (WAL) for Change was addressed in the context of lifelong learning; organisational project management; health management projects; accreditation of intellectual capital and university programmes. This conference brought together leading practitioners and scholars to share and consider these issues.

The conference enabled participants to discover developments in WAL concepts, process and application which are beneficial to executives, professionals and academics. As the conference involved presentations and group discussions, it provided participants with the opportunity to reflect on their own practices, projects, and programmes in the light of the concepts and practices introduced.

View the brochure of the past 2015 conference here.

Work-Applied Learning (WAL) incorporates the  features of Work Based Learning (WBL) and is grounded in a fused Action Research method and Action Learning process (ARAL). It is the addition of the ARAL approach which leads to not only individual learning by the managers and team learning, but also organisational learning, knowledge management and change, as managers and their teams, plan, act, observe, reflect, evaluate and validate their work based projects through the action research cycles of WAL.

Emeritus Professor Selva Abraham
Chairman of the Global Centre for Work-Applied Learning

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