Reflective Practice is a theory by which modern and traditional self-improvement ideas can be more clearly defined, refined, expanded, adapted, taught, adopted and applied, for the purposes of personal development, teaching and coaching, and wider organizational improvement. Reflective Practice enables clearer thinking, and reduces our tendencies towards emotional bias.

This Workplace Reflective Practice training is suitable for anyone within an organization and will assist the participants in improving their working practices and increasing business performance. Whether on the shop floor or in the head office, everyone could benefit from the principles within this training.

Duration                        Learning Credits        

1 day-8 hours of            8 PDU’s 



Public Classroom Pricing:     

Early Bird Price: USD 595.00

Regular Price: USD 795.00

Instructor-Led Virtual Live Pricing:

Early Bird Price: USD 495.00

Regular Price: USD 695.00

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Course Outline

Introduction and Objectives – Developing an understanding of what Workplace Reflective Practice, how it can help us and what we intend to learn from this information.

Self-Assessment – A questionnaire with discussion review to help participants identify their current thinking towards reflective practice and its implementation.

The Purpose and Benefits of Reflective Practice – Identifying where reflective practice can improve our current working approach and how it can best be utilized for success. Includes a TED Talks video that is used as a case study to identify practical applications of the technique.

Personal SWOT Analysis – Using strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats as a personal reflection tool and to help participants establish the basics of personal reflection.

Two Aspects of Workplace Reflective Practice – Reviewing ‘Reflection-in-action’ and ‘Reflection-on-action’ and using an exercise to embed understanding of this approach to reflective practice.

Before Reflecting – Highlighting the factors that should be in place before we consider reflection including balancing subjective and objective reflection.

Maintaining Objectivity – Using an activity to help participants understand both the importance of and how to remain objective when reflecting. With a focus on prejudice and assumptions.

Various experts have produced Reflective Practice models to help people use Reflective Practice more deliberately, proactively, and effectively. These course materials explore five models during the course. By studying the purpose and use of each, participants will find that they prefer some to others, and that some models are better used for different situations.

● The Simple Model – Understanding the Driscoll and Teh Model of Reflection (What?, So what? Now what?) and how to use it. With a short activity to embed learning.

● The REFLECT Model – Learning how to apply the Lawrence-Wilkes REFLECT Model using an activity and exercise.

● Experiential Learning – Outlining David Kolb’s work on the stages of the learning process and how this can be applied to reflective practice. Using activities to embed understanding.

● The Reflective Cycle – Using the Gibbs’ Reflective Cycle Model to demonstrate the importance of conclusions and action plans to the process of reflective practice.

● Bloom’s Taxonomy – Presenting this well-known model to help participants identify how to structure workplace reviews.

● Recording Reflections – Helping participants appreciate the importance of recording information and giving them a structure and framework for approaching this.

● Summary Activity – An activity that helps pull all of the learning together and reminds participants of the elements they have covered throughout the day.

This course is highly interactive and contains exercises and activities to help keep participants engaged and to ensure learning is embedded.

Who can attend?

Anybody who is interested in learning Workplace Reflective Practice Skills.

Learning Goals

● At the end of this high performing teams training course, you will be able to:

● Describe the purpose and benefits of reflection

● Identify types of workplace reflection

● Learn from experiences

● Improve personal and team performance

● Use different business models for reflection

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