Work-Applied Learning Formula and Process

The Work-Applied Learning Formula and Process

The learning process the participants undergo is depicted in the Work-Applied Learning (WAL) formula below.

 

The participants go through a cyclical creative thinking and learning process where they:

  • Critically reflect on a problem in their workplace;
  • Question (Q) how to solve the problem and the project (P1) to be undertaken to address the problem;
  • Reflect and apply the relevant knowledge (K) (e.g. Action Learning and Reflective Practice, Facilitative Leadership, Work-Based Learning, Continuous Improvement or Project Management) to provide possible solutions to the project; and
  • Achieve performance outcomes (P2) which include learning outcomes and project outcomes When the Work-Based Learning formula and process takes place in an organisational setting, there is individual as well as team learning.

When the WAL formula and process takes place in an organisational setting, there is individual as well as team learning.

Purchase the WAL for Change publication

Work-Applied Learning for Change by Emeritus Professor Selva Abraham demonstrates the value of the Work-Applied Learning formula. To discover more about this and other Work-Applied practices you can purchase this publication here.

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