GCWAL hosted the 2017 ‘WAL for Change Conference in Adelaide, Australia from 27-28 November 2017.View past conference details
What is Work-Applied Learning?
The Work-Applied Learning (WAL) model recognises the workplace as the crucible of learning for change and has been specifically developed for chief executives and senior managers to learn, reflect, plan and implement change in a sustained manner, and be effective in their organisations or communities.
WAL is an extension of Work-Based Learning (WBL). Whereas WBL focuses on individual and team learning and results in manager effectiveness, WAL includes the features of WBL but goes beyond to enable organisational or divisional change.
GCWAL offers a number of programmes which use the WAL formula for the development of the participant, whether they’re chief executives, senior or middle managers, or fresh graduates.
WAL Research uses the methods of Action Research, Action Learning, Reflective Practice, and Case Research. The GCWAL team supervise and collaborate in research undertaken by organisations and expert individuals in areas related to WAL.
Learn more about our Programmes, Research, and Work-Applied Learning