It’s no secret that experiential learning is the best way to learn new skills, but it can be hard to find opportunities for this type of learning. Most of us only have access to traditional classroom-based education which often doesn’t offer a true-to-life experience. Alchemist offers unique and immersive learning experiences that allow you to learn in a three-dimensional space. Our experiential methods such as practice session, simulations and the use of AR or VR help you develop your skillset quickly and effectively.
With Alchemist, your learning experience will be distinct to you. When creating programmes together, there are a range of approaches and techniques that are made available, each with their own value and strength according to the population and experience specific objectives. These include:
- Simulated experience
- Forum theatre
- Hot seating
- Forensic feedback
- Virtual reality
- Augmented reality
What is experiential learning?
Experiential learning is the process of learning through a three-dimensional, true to life experience. Central to this is the cycle of experience, reflection, planning and re-experience. It’s this cycle which develops a skill or compliment of skillsets.
Alchemist brings this to life through experiential and immersive methods such as practice session, simulations and the use of AR or VR.
We know it works
Long-term behavioural change is at the core of our work. We always get feedback on the effectiveness of our experiential learning, where people have been observed to show a tangible difference in their approach.
We are dedicated to creating learning experiences that allow individuals to explore the situation, develop their own strategy through practice and grow as people – both professionally and at home as a result.