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Formal informal learning training for performance

Formal & Informal Learning: Training for Performance

Quinten Klingonsmith - UTC Day Camp - Oct 16, 2008


Formal informal learning training for performance1

Formal & Informal Learning: Training for Performance

What are some of the differences between a university education and the type of training that we provide?


Learning curve

Learning Curve


Performance curve

Performance Curve

Goal:Reduce time and effort to performance


Ksa performance curve

KSA Performance Curve

Ability

Skills

Knowledge


Ksa performance curve1

Example

KSA Performance Curve

Ability

Skills

Knowledge


Ksa performance curve2

Example

KSA Performance Curve

Ability

Skills

K- “I know”


Ksa performance curve3

Example

KSA Performance Curve

Ability

S- “I can do”

K- “I know”


Ksa performance curve4

Formal

Learning

Example

KSA Performance Curve

Ability

S- “I can do”

K- “I know”


Ksa performance curve5

Formal

Learning

Example

KSA Performance Curve

A- “I can

adapt”

S- “I can do”

K- “I know”


Ksa performance curve6

Informal

Learning

Formal

Learning

Example

KSA Performance Curve

A- “I can

adapt”

S- “I can do”

K- “I know”


Ksa performance curve7

Informal

Learning

Formal

Learning

Example

KSA Performance Curve

Our Employees

A- “I can

adapt”

S- “I can do”

K- “I know”


Where performance comes from

Informal

Learning

Formal

Learning

Where performance comes from…

Knowledge 5%


Where performance comes from1

Informal

Learning

Formal

Learning

Where performance comes from…

Skills 20%

Knowledge 5%


Where performance comes from2

Informal

Learning

Formal

Learning

Where performance comes from…

Skills 20%

Knowledge 5%

Web & Classroom

Training


Where performance comes from3

Informal

Learning

Formal

Learning

Where performance comes from…

Abilities 75%

Skills 20%

Knowledge 5%

Web & Classroom

Training


Where performance comes from4

Informal

Learning

Formal

Learning

Where performance comes from…

Real WorldExperience

Abilities 75%

Skills 20%

Knowledge 5%

Web & Classroom

Training

11-12


Informal learning training

Informal Learning & Training

  • What is Informal Learning?

  • “Informal learning often flies under the official radar. It can happen intentionally or inadvertently. No one takes attendance, for there are no classes. No one assigns grades, for success in life and work is the measure of its effectiveness. No one graduates, because learning never ends. Examples are learning through observing, trial-and-error, calling the help line, asking a neighbor, traveling to a new place, reading a magazine, conversing with others. . .”Jay Cross

  • My Definition: Learning by applying knowledge & skills in the real world


How do we provide informal training

How do we “provide” informal training?

  • Extend the impact of formal training beyond the class or web-based course.

  • Promote an informal learning culture

    • Realistic expectations

    • Technology support

    • Resources and tools


1 extending our impact

1. Extending our impact

Understanding limits of formal training

  • Formal learning is removed from the real work experience

  • People quickly forget things they only experience once


1 extending our impact1

1. Extending our impact


How people learn

How people learn

  • Step 1

New

Information


How people learn1

How people learn

  • Step 2

Process

Information

Working Memory  Long Term Memory

New

Information


How people learn2

How people learn

  • Step 3

Process

Information

Working Memory  Long Term Memory

New

Information

Recall

Information


How people teach

How people teach

IPEF - Tells us how to teach…

…based on how people learn


Ipef training method

IPEF Training Method

  • Instruction

  • Practice

  • Evaluation

  • Feedback


Ipef training method1

New Information or Expectation

Process, Practice,Perform

Evaluate

Feedback

IPEF Training Method

Instructor

Learner


Ipef training method2

PracticeActivity

IPEF Training Method

IPEF Description


Formal informal learning training for performance

PRACTICE:


1 extending our impact2

1. Extending our impact

IPEF in the class is only the first step

  • IPEF is powerful because it applies to all training types and settings—including informal learning

  • 75% of learning performance does not need to be left to chance—we can guide and nourish it

  • We can implement IPEF outside of class—in an organization wide level.


1 extending our impact3

PracticeActivity

1. Extending our impact

IPEF Description


1 extending our impact4

1. Extending our impact

Example:

Post Workshop Activities & Support

Handout: Activity Guide

Web-site: http://ipef.wordpress.com/


1 extending our impact5

1. Extending our impact

Keys to extending our impact:

  • IPEF in class- recall

  • IPEF outside of class

    • Spaced repletion

    • Real world work

    • Learned or reviewed as needed, at the time its needed


2 promote informal learning

2. Promote informal learning

Trainers must “provide” & “promote”

Promote an informal learning culture

  • Realistic expectations

  • Technology support

  • Resources and tools


Remember

REMEMBER!


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