What is Experiential Learning?
Experiential Learning refers to the process of learning by doing. At CloudThat, we offer an Experiential Learning program to the enterprise workforce wherein they are given stimulated real-world projects as problem statements in which they work as individuals or in a team to connect theories and knowledge already learned in earlier skill training programs to real-world situations.
Who should enroll in Experiential Learning program?
CloudThat offers experiential Learning exclusively to enterprise clients to help them transform their employees into billable resources. From early career to mid-level and senior-level, enterprises can enroll employees from any level of experience for the Experiential Learning program by CloudThat and test their skills and competency for a potential project.
Is Experiential learning a training program?
No, Experiential Learning is not a training course.
Enterprises are often not sure if their employees are deployable or billable even after being trained. So, to check their ability and assess skills, our Experiential Learning program offers guided learning experiences supported by our SMEs. Participants are asked to work on simulated projects to test their project readiness. We do not train participants on any technology. We just guide them in solving a real-world use case similar to their real-life business challenges.
How long can Experiential Learning phase be?
Each day throughout the learning duration, participants will work for a minimum of 8 hours on the project with CloudThat deployed SMEs. The total duration of completing the projects in Experiential Learning can be five days or more, depending on the criticality of the client’s project. The client will decide the program duration.