The best solution for
INTEGRATED WORKPLACE LEARNING
in preparation for the Government’s National Infrastructure Development Plan (NIDP)
- South Africa is once again on the brink of a massive growth and development opportunity with the Government’s planned 20 year National Infrastructure Development Plan (NIDP) and the 18 Strategic Integrated Project (SIPS) groups that go with this.
- The Scarce and Critical Skills and Knowledge required to achieve these momentous development plans have been divided between a vast array of Occupational Workgroups.
- Integrated Workplace Learning has been identified, not as a “nice to have” initiative, but as a Compulsory Commitment from organisations that seek to participate in these huge opportunities.
- Structured Knowledge Mentoring has been identified as a preferred methodology for achieving the Measured, Managed and Monitored requirements of Integrated Workplace Learning.
Find out how to Plan, Develop and Implement a best practice solution to Integrated Workplace Learning by implementing a sustainable Knowledge Mentoring Programme…
- The 70 : 20 : 10 Learning Model – why sharing and transferring “Experiential Wisdom” will represent 90% of the solution.
- Developing a Knowledge Mentoring Framework – ensuring a sustainable solution with guaranteed ROI.
- Metrics and Mechanisms of Measurement and Monitoring – how to validate development of Scarce and Critical Skills and Knowledge Transfer using a Practical Portfolio of Experiential Learning.
- Behaviours, Workplace Motivators, Learning Styles, Generational Differences, Brain Based Research on Knowledge Acquisition and Recall – developing the “Soft Skills of Success” in Knowledge Mentoring through understanding Human Learning and Development.
- Understanding “Experiential Competencies” – leaping the learning divide from Classroom Based Training to Experience Based Capability.
- Learn the use and application of the Knowledge Mentors Toolkit™ – tools and techniques guaranteed to develop and enhance Knowledge Transfer and Assimilation.
- Best Practice Knowledge Mentoring – the 10 Critical Success Factors.
- Hear the many practical Success Stories and the Lessons Learned of those who have failed.
Remember: The SIPS opportunities require Integrated Workplace Learning readiness and proven implementation BEFORE even the Tendering Process begins… so there is no time to lose in getting your Knowledge Mentoring culture and practices in order.
Cost: R7 410 (incl VAT)
Facilitator: Philip Marsh
About the Facilitator – Philip Marsh B.Sc (Eng); Pr.Eng; Dipl.Bus.Man; G.D.E; M.S.A.I.C.E; M.I.C.E; M.I.Struct.E; C. Eng Managing Director, Chief Knowledge Architect, Master Mentor, Keynote Speaker and International Conference Presenter, Knowledge Management Institute (Pty) Ltd group of companies: Knowledge Management Institute (Pty) Ltd, KMI Inkaba Management Consultants (Pty) Ltd, Mentoring 4 Success (Pty) Ltd
Philip is the founder and Managing Director of the Knowledge Management Institute Pty Ltd (KMI) group of companies, which includes Mentoring 4 Success (Pty) Ltd.
Prior to starting the KMI Group of consulting companies, Philip spent 15 years in the engineering world and grew to hold senior positions as Managing Director of a civil engineering company as well as CEO of an international structural engineering software and component development business. Philip also held the position of Head of Structural Engineering with a major contractor on the Canary Wharf project in the London Docklands and has also worked on the construction of Lethabo Power Station, Ellis Park Rugby Stadium, ULCO Cement Factory and a host of other infrastructural projects
Over the last 17 years, Philip has become widely recognised as one of the foremost experts on Knowledge Management and Structured Mentoring in Southern Africa. He has appeared several times on the DSTV SUMMIT Executive Edge television program, discussing the “Integr8ed Knowledge Management Framework™” for South African businesses, as well as the “Mentoring 4 Success™” structured mentoring program, both of which he designed and developed personally.
Philip is currently completing a book titled “Knowledge Mentors”, which deals with practical solutions to addressing the serious challenges that South Africa faces in developing the vast engineering capabilities needed for the upcoming National Infrastructure Development Plan and is also very active in the “Integrated Workplace Learning” working group for the Civil Engineering occupational group.