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Experiential learning for
developing your technical and human skills
Learning inspired by trainers’ shared experience,
simulation and role playing

Field observation, storytelling, active participation

Trainers use their knowledge from the field to give reality to concepts. We use storytelling techniques that help participants getting their point across, even when dealing with complex issues. We also encourage everyone to actively share their experiences with others in the room.
Field observation, storytelling, active participation.

Simulation and game based learning

To make participants active players of their own learning process, we propose game-based environments. Customized scenarios, based on realistic contexts, put players in challenging situations. They are then better prepared for real life situations, and show extra motivation to perform new tasks.

Field observation, storytelling, active participation.

Developing different skills, differently

We help participants to reinforce their soft skills. Simulation approaches are useful for learning both technical and human skills. Communication, emotional intelligence, negotiation, objective setting... these are some of them.

Field observation, storytelling, active participation.

Preserving biodiversity through national legal systems

Support the design of capacity building courses for national lawyers and policy officers actively involved in implementing the Nagoya Protocol and the UN Convention on Biodiversity in Africa, Asia, Pacific Islands, South America and the Caribbean. To make the course interactive and practical, we used the participants’ experience in an extensive way. Thereby, the sessions not only covered all topics intended, they also adjusted to the pace and the level of expertise of the participants to allow them to discuss key challenges and legal options. The sessions also built on participants’ inter-relations throughout the workshop, to ensure they not only gain knowledge but also communication and facilitation skills to build the networks they need to be effective.


Our training centre in Valencia

We offer a convivial, professional learning environment conducive to exchange and dynamic learning. In premises specialised in collaborative working, we provide state of the art equipment facilitating collaborative work.

A friendly group work atmosphere: relaxed but focused.

  • Giant interactiveWIFI
  • WIFIGiant interactive screen
  • Touch screens, projectors, conference recordersTouch screens, projectors, conference recorders
  • Coffee break and refreshmentsCoffee break and refreshments
  • Team lunch for the first dayTeam lunch for the first day

The Game approach: participants’ feedback

Participants’ feedback highlighted clarity and usefulness of "the Game" approach, high level of motivation and engagement in the course based on the relevance of the individual and collective activities proposed for their working context, cooperative and competitive sides, balance between strategy elements and chance elements and rewards in terms of learning outcomes by combining teaching and active learning.

Our training sessions are systematically evaluated by the participants themselves, across a series of 10 quality criteria.

  • The overall results show 99.7% satisfaction across all quality criteria.
  • For 96.7% of the participants, the criteria were rated "Good" or higher.

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