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Presented at CO13 by
Ms. Dolly Bhasin
MD, SPH Consultancy & eServices Pvt. Ltd.
Using Knowledge as an enabler for
work & p...
What is WORKPLACE LEARNING?
› lessons or training that people receive while they
are at work and that are paid for by thei...
HISTORY OF WORKPLACE LEARNING
STAGE 1
Classroom
Learning
STAGE 2
eLearning
STAGE 3
Blended
Learning
STAGE 4
Social
Learnin...
Workplace learning has to cater to
all Stakeholders
Workplace Learning
has to cater to improvement in all aspects of work
...
Workplace Learning
is seen as a flexible form of learning which enables employees to engage in the
regular processes of up...
The workplace has become a site of learning associated with
two quite different purposes …
The first is the development of...
Workplace Learning Change Factors
Workplace Learning - Shift in Skills required
Workplace Learning - Shift in state of workplace
Workplace – Learning Opportunity Imbalance
WHAT IS REQUIRED TO BE DONE ?
Develop Workplace Learning with
Key Pillars of Workplace Learning
should be CONTENT and CONTEXT
To specially addresses
Business Development
And Promotion
...
Resting on Pillars of 4C’s
Context + Collaboration +
Community + Commerce
Should take care of
Should Follow a Competency Model
Learning with Multimodal Texts
to suit all learning styles
Class RoomClass Room
Video Based LearningPod Casts
Self Learning
…..learn on ANY device seamlessly
AnyTIME + ANYwhere Learning
on the job, on the run, at home, at an internet café, while traveling, or at the roadside
YOUT...
How can we achieve these?
Workplace Learning Choices
Workplace Learning – Embrace Semantic Web
Workplace Learning – Achieve Strategic Positioning
Workplace Learning – Making Connections
Workplace Learning – Making Connections
Workplace Learning – Integrated Work & Learn Env.
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Workplace learning

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While you have all resources for learning at your disposal, when studying for an academic degree, the resources needed to upgrade your knowledge are seldom available. This presentation tries to highlight the workplace learning in the present context and technology choices. Older, formal, pyramidal learning structures are giving way to more fluid, more agile and more collaborative approaches. The skills of the teacher or trainer are more about engagement and storytelling: the skills of the learner more about social capital to be effective in community, collaborative learning spaces and the ability to learn and learn again over time. It’s a more continuous process of change: less about learning in abstract classrooms and then going back to work. Learning is ongoing.

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Workplace learning

  1. 1. Presented at CO13 by Ms. Dolly Bhasin MD, SPH Consultancy & eServices Pvt. Ltd. Using Knowledge as an enabler for work & performance improvements
  2. 2. What is WORKPLACE LEARNING? › lessons or training that people receive while they are at work and that are paid for by their employer › a period of time during which a student works for an organization in order to gain knowledge & experience (Cambridge Business Dictionary)
  3. 3. HISTORY OF WORKPLACE LEARNING STAGE 1 Classroom Learning STAGE 2 eLearning STAGE 3 Blended Learning STAGE 4 Social Learning STAGE 5 Collaborative Learning FORMAL IN FORMAL Learning Approach “education, training, communication, collaboration and knowledge sharing” CISCO's definition of eLearning “delivering learning using a variety of different media, formats and approaches”. Blended Learning Social Learning “learning that occurs as a function of observing, retaining and replicating behavior observed in social context”. “an educational approach to teaching and learning that involves groups of students working together to solve a problem, complete a task, or create a product”. Collaborative Learning
  4. 4. Workplace learning has to cater to all Stakeholders Workplace Learning has to cater to improvement in all aspects of work Service Providers Employees SME Suppliers Students/Apprentice Value Chain Members Managers Shareholders
  5. 5. Workplace Learning is seen as a flexible form of learning which enables employees to engage in the regular processes of up-dating and continuing professional development which have been increasingly emphasised. Moreover, insofar as the learning is work-based it is also seen as facilitating forms of learning, and types of knowledge which are of particular relevance to the work in which the learners are engaged. Increasing globalisation of the economy together with rapid technological development and a growing emphasis on a ‘knowledge economy’, ‘have helped to give rise to a discourse of competitiveness in which a key element is the level and skill of the workforce’ - Reeve & Gallacher Workplace Learning and Knowledge relationship
  6. 6. The workplace has become a site of learning associated with two quite different purposes … The first is the development of the enterprise through contributing to production, effectiveness and innovation; The second is the development of individuals through contributing to knowledge, skills and the capacity to further their own learning both as employees and citizens in the wider society. - Boud and Garrick (1999) Workplace Learning Purpose
  7. 7. Workplace Learning Change Factors
  8. 8. Workplace Learning - Shift in Skills required
  9. 9. Workplace Learning - Shift in state of workplace
  10. 10. Workplace – Learning Opportunity Imbalance
  11. 11. WHAT IS REQUIRED TO BE DONE ?
  12. 12. Develop Workplace Learning with
  13. 13. Key Pillars of Workplace Learning should be CONTENT and CONTEXT To specially addresses Business Development And Promotion Customer Management
  14. 14. Resting on Pillars of 4C’s Context + Collaboration + Community + Commerce
  15. 15. Should take care of
  16. 16. Should Follow a Competency Model
  17. 17. Learning with Multimodal Texts to suit all learning styles Class RoomClass Room Video Based LearningPod Casts Self Learning
  18. 18. …..learn on ANY device seamlessly
  19. 19. AnyTIME + ANYwhere Learning on the job, on the run, at home, at an internet café, while traveling, or at the roadside YOUTH WOMEN Entrepreneurs Small Biz
  20. 20. How can we achieve these?
  21. 21. Workplace Learning Choices
  22. 22. Workplace Learning – Embrace Semantic Web
  23. 23. Workplace Learning – Achieve Strategic Positioning
  24. 24. Workplace Learning – Making Connections
  25. 25. Workplace Learning – Making Connections
  26. 26. Workplace Learning – Integrated Work & Learn Env.

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