Every one learns in their own way. Successful learning happens for the learner when, with high motivation, he develops a learning strategy that is methodical and suits his own personality.
My job as a trainer is to make this possible.
In the technical area it is normal to seperate the teaching of technical matters from the development of learning strategies and social competence. Unfortunately. teaching only the technical side of things is sometimes rarely successful. There are various reasons for that:
Distraction due to unsolved problems conflicts
Unskilfull ways of learning
Students will achieve the highest success in learning when taught learning strategies in the actual place of work where they encounter normal daily problems.
This is why, in my seminars, I recommend combining topics such as 'assembly and functioning off power plant components' with subjects such as 'self management and learning strategies'.