BSBLED501A: Develop A Workplace Learning Environment

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BSBLED501A: DEVELOP A WORKPLACE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT Project 1: 1. Identify the learning need of: A. The organization –The organization able to identify any formal and informal learning opportunities that may exist for the staff. B. The team as a whole – the team member should be backup each other, work out to arrange time to attend the training & complete the daily job duty. C. each of the individuals who will be involved – arrange on own time schedule to attend the training while also need to complete the daily duty. 2. Learning needs of individuals within the organization should be identified in relation to the needs of the team and your organization. This can be achieved through a Training Needs Analysis. Learning plans…show more content…
To find that when you involve the people who are learning in their own learning, they feel empowered and will want to undertake the learning processes more and more. It also encourages all to get everything they can out of their learning. Learning occurs most effectively when individuals know that they have something to learn and want to learn it. 12. Those involved in learning need to feel involved in the process. They need to feel like they are being supported in their learning and want to feel like the organization cares about what they are doing. Feedback also provides them with motivation to proceed. Feedback also allows the organization to learning what is occurring in the learning process from all those around the learner. In doing this, you can be sure that the learner in progressing as quickly as possible and really understanding what it is they are being taught. 13. A well-thought out and developed Training Need Analysis is a method for reducing the subjective element of training decision and focusing training more accurately. To conduct such an analysis, the tasks of a job must be analyzed to identify the range of skills necessary got the employee to perform their jobs in the organization. This may be done through a survey listing each skill and asking several questions about…show more content…
Widespread use of external sources and advisors e.g. customers on planning teams. It’s very important on free exchange and flow of information, systems are in place to ensure that expertise is available where it is needed; individuals network extensively, crossing organisational boundaries to develop their knowledge and expertise. It is also a Commitment to learning, personal development to support from top management; people at all levels encouraged to learn regularly; learning is rewarded. Time to think and learn (understanding, exploring, reflecting, developing). There will be valuing people with great ideas, creativity and "imaginative capabilities" are stimulated, made use of it and developed. Diversity is recognised as a strength. Views of everyone can be challenged. With this kind of event and sharing. It will be climate of openness and trust, every individuals are encouraged to develop ideas, to speak out, to challenge actions. The most important thing is learning from experience - learning from mistakes is often more powerful than learning from success. Failure is tolerated, provided lessons are
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