GRA are delighted to share that 92% of delegates who attended our virtual training programmes in 2020 would recommend GRA’s virtual experience to others.
Grahame Robb, Managing Director of GRA, said, “Last year challenged many people and organisations in ways they had never been tested before and that was certainly true of GRA as well. Face-to-face experiential learning is at the heart of our development principles, so we had to adapt quickly to ensure we could provide our customers with experiential leadership and team development training in a virtual setting.”
Over the course of 2020, GRA translated many of its leadership development, team development and coaching solutions into a live facilitated virtual format with more to follow in 2021. Therefore, delegate feedback was integral to GRA’s ability to keep enhancing how it maintained its experiential approach through a different modality.
Joe Mackintosh, Senior Facilitator, commented, “For us, a fundamental aspect of creating experiential learning in a virtual classroom is utilising breakout rooms for practical application of development theory. So, I’m very proud that 99% of delegates believed our breakout sessions aided their learning, absolutely reinforcing the value of our approach.”
The team also designed a new Learning Experience Platform to provide comprehensive delegate support for blended learning programmes.
Andy Norton, Management Development Trainer, added, “As we enter 2021, there’s still more to come from GRA across virtual modalities. We’ll be translating more programmes to live virtual classrooms, adding self-paced eLearning modules and we’re very excited to share our new Learning Experience Platform with everyone. Our LXP offers enhanced delegates support before and after their live experience including a resource library and self-paced modules for increased skill development and learning transfer.”