The Midas Approach

A female Midas trainer writing on a flipchartAll our training draws on the concept of experiential learning. It is challenging, interactive and enjoyable.

Our workshops are designed to be especially flexible and practical, responding to the needs of the individual participants. Experience has shown that they have a high degree of impact in the workplace.

Midas training always aims to provide an enjoyable and stimulating learning environment. Practical use of new skills and information is always at the heart of our training design and delivery.

Our exercises aim to draw on the background knowledge and past experience of all our participants.

We use a wide range of training techniques such as:

  • A group of people sat around a table in a training sessionA range of theoretical models
  • Best practice
  • Group discussions
  • Debate
  • Case studies and analysis
  • Graphics exercises
  • Video feedback
  • Role play
  • Constructive feedback

We are always mindful of the different learning styles of our participants. For example role play is a very valuable learning tool. Some people learn best by observing a role play, others by playing an active part. We make sure that our participants have the choice of how they want to participate in this kind of exercise.

We recommend an optimum group size of between 12 to 15 participants for most of these workshops. Some intensive single issue workshops may require a smaller group of around 6 participants.

The Midas approach means that we cater for all learning preferences and our participants really enjoy and benefit from their training experience with us.