It is first and foremost a situation in which the learner makes decisions, makes mistakes, understands and corrects.
Thus, under the trainer’s watchful eye, learners live a rich experience during which they mobilize, or not, one or more skills.
This first stage of situation setting is then completed by an assessment or debriefing phase.
The trainer uses the experience to initiate an exchange and reflection by and with the learners.
This feedback phase on the decisions taken and actions carried out is necessary to reinforce the learners’ appropriation of procedures, gestures and soft skills then their application on a daily basis.
Our experiential training approach is therefore based on the following articulation: role-playing – decision making – reflection.
This approach places the two actors “learner and trainer” in a central position in the training.