Experiential learning is the process of learning through experience, and is more specifically defined as “learning through reflection on doing”.
Gerard has been delivering experiential learning programmes to both corporate and secondary school clients for 8 years. A Chartered Accountant, he has an undergraduate degree in Law and Accounting from the University of Limerick, from which he also graduated with an MSc in Work and Organisational Psychology.
David has been delivering experiential learning programmes to corporate and secondary school clients for 7 years. Graduating from the University of Limerick in Business Studies, he then went to Dublin City University, where he completed a Masters in Marketing. David competed internationally at Junior and Senior level.
Owen has been delivering experiential learning programmes to corporate and secondary school clients for 2 years. Having graduated from the Limerick Institute of Technology in Accounting and Finance, Owen went on to work in the H.R. sector supporting individuals and groups who had been made redundant.
It was really enjoyable and educational!
I didn’t realise that we’d be able to learn this stuff in a fun way!
The debrief, as it explained where we went wrong and we could clearly see how we could improve in real situations.
Not only did I learn about working in teams, I got to work with people in my year I wouldn’t normally work with.
A quest designed to develop an understanding of the key components of project management and personal performance.
A challenge designed to develop a deep understanding of the key behaviours of successful teams and the principle dysfunctions that inhibit team performance.