Our approach: the learning track

We believe in learning by doing. Experimenting, trying and learning from it. That’s why we offer classroom training, paired with on the job challenges. Challenges are short active assignments which challenge you to put newly acquired behaviour to practice and maintain it. After the challenges, which will span over a period of six weeks, a second training day takes place. This is a 3 hour training in which you look back on what you have learned and developed, together with the other participants and the trainer, and you will look ahead in how you will maintain this in everyday practice.


Jobtraining training sessions have a personal character, in which you can introduce situations from your own life in the group. In this way, the training is focused on your specific questions and wishes. In addition, you will fill in a number of intake questions about your particular needs prior to the training, so the trainer can prepare him/herself on these.

During the training, you will perform a lot of active exercises with various assignments, individually, 1-on-1 and in a group. In addition, the training focuses significantly on applying a growth mindset, which will allow you to develop continuously as a professional. Because we believe that learning ought to be fun, the working methods are always surprising, interactive, and have a positive approach. This makes for a learning experience that is more sustainable and is, as such, more effective.



Practice-focused learning by doing

After the training, you will be inspired, and you will know exactly what you want to do differently tomorrow. Applying what you learned in practice can be somewhat troublesome. Various studies confirm that behavioural change begins when you exercise new behaviour in the weeks immediately after the first learning moment, and when you split this behaviour up in several small steps. To support you, we will offer you challenges which will invite you to learn by doing and to experiment with new behaviour in your working practice.


Challenges are small and practical active assignments which you will receive through e-mail. Challenges activate you to exercise new behaviour in practice, in line with what you have learned in the training. Because you exercise the new skills, you truly internalize these. With each challenge, you will receive a learning bite. This is a short clip or publication which will deepen what you are practicing in your working practice.

The assignments:

  • are active; you learn by doing and, as such, you make new behaviour immediately visible in practice.
  • are low-key; you will learn in small steps, so you are able to integrate these into your daily practice without too much trouble.
  • activate social learning; with and from each other, so lessons learned are shared and a mutual culture is stimulated.
  • are challenging; every week, you will see the ‘challenge champion’- the participant who was the first to finish the challenge.


6 challenges in total, 1 challenge per week


  • You make new behaviour visible in your work
  • You are activated in applying the new skills in practice
  • You are better able to remember what you have learned during the training

Challenges dashboard

When you have finished the challenge, you check these off your list, and you indicate how insightful you think the challenge was. These results are presented on your challenges dashboard. The challenges dashboard shows the results per group.



Reflection, securing and learning from each other

After the first day of training and the challenges, you will have experienced in practice how skilled you are in applying the new skills. You have felt moments of success, but also difficult situations. This will be shared by you during the second training day, the last part of the learning track. You look at where you are now, and look back on what you have learned. You come up with what else you would like to develop and learn and how you will make this part of your working practice. It is a moment for inter-vision, deepening and learning from each other. Similar to the first training day, the second training day also focuses on your personal situation. The second training day takes 3 hours and takes place 6 weeks after the first training.

What will you experience during the 2nd training day?

  • You have reflected on your own development in the preceding period, in which you have acquired energy in order to develop continuously
  • You have shared your moments of success and learned from those of others
  • You have discussed difficult situations and have been given tips by the trainer and other participants
  • You know how you can learn at work, and you are prepared for new challenges in the future
  • You share knowledge

What can you expect from this second training day?

  • Recap: you start with a recap on the training and the challenges; what worked and what was of hindrance? What else do you need in order to work on your working practice goals?
  • Inter-vision: you share best practices together with the other participants, you zoom in on your working practice and you devise a way of continuously securing the tips and skills in practice.
  • Goals: you describe your future in a year from now, and set new goals in which you want to continue your development. You determine how you want to get there and how you are going to make learning part of your working practice.



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