Recently, as a L&D consultant, I was asked what is 70:20:10? They heard of it at a conference but didn’t fully understand it. So, I described this model/framework as:
- 70% of Learning is Experiential Learning: people learn and develop on the job through day to day tasks, challenges and practice. Sometimes using job-aids etc.
- 20% of Learning is Social Learning: people learn and develop through coaching, mentoring and interaction with peers.
- 10% of Learning is Formal Learning: people learn and develop through structured events, which includes on-line courses and programs.
I then went on to explain that, “formal” training and development only plays a small part in the overall development of employees with experience and on the job development providing the majority of development. I hope this helps some of you out there, who were unclear of what this framework is.
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I love the ability where I can plan, prioritise, design, develop and deliver blended learning solutions for a variety of markets. I love to consult and advise about the best use of digital learning and improve design standards in line with evolving ways of working. I also enjoy to keep up to date with, understand and regularly recommend emerging technologies and practice to improve individuals, teams and organisational capabilities.
With over 12 years digital learning experience and demonstrated experience in both instructional design and eLearning development, I have also a lot of experience conducting training needs analysis including how to leverage principles such as design thinking and root cause analysis to understand and address performance gaps. I also have led many facilitation workshops and even presented at iDesignX and Game Developers Conferences both here in Australia, Wales and in the United States.
With strong multimedia, training and programming backgrounds, I understand modern learner behaviour including micro and social learning, I am very familiar with most LMSes and app-based (XCode and Android Studio), adult learning models and e-solutions.
I also possess the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, whilst being pro-active in delivering work independently with minimal supervision, but enjoy working in teams.
I've been told I am a resilient, relationship focused guy which can manage and navigate conflicting views and stakeholders/subject matter experts.
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