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  •  |  Singapore Corporate Training | Presentation | Experiential Hands-on Learning
    Work February 4 2013 The Art of Persuasion Present with Power Confidence Authority Public Workshop February 28 2013 Branding for Success Build a Consumer Focused Brand Blueprint View All Events Share this page Welcome Welcome to Experiential Hands on Learning a Singapore based corporate training and development company Experiential works with companies across multiple industries providing in house and public trainings in low cost branding marketing communication and developing individuals interpersonal communication skills and high performance presentation skills My name is Pamela Wigglesworth and my passion is supporting SME s and MNCs to accelerate their business objectives be it to increase your sales generate more leads or customers or increase your brand awareness in the marketplace Why Experiential Learning Experiential learning is also referred to as experiential training development Experiential learning is significant as a training methodology When looking at the word learning it means that emphasis is on the learner s perspective Experiential means that an individual s learning and development is achieved from their personal involvement experience and reflection This differs from the conventional teaching and training which is based primarily on knowledge skills transfer In a nutshell experiential learning refers to the type of education that allow adults to be active to do whatever it is they re learning Experiential hands on learning is adaptable Adults need learning methods that are adaptable to them as individuals and which addresses their strengths their level of education personal and professional experience Training workshops should not only transfer capabilities they should strive to develop people as individuals For experiential learning to be truly effectivefor the individual and the company the process includes setting a goal prior to the training linked to company objectives to classroom hands on activities observing reflection and finally action planning for the individual after the training

    Original URL path: http://www.experiential.sg/ (2012-12-22)
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  • About
    SMS Enquiry Credit Card Payment Blog About Home About Experiential Hands on Learning is a Singapore training development company Founded by Pamela Wigglesworth Experiential focuses on learning for the individual as a result of their direct participation and then personal reflection upon what was experienced Individual learning is achieved from mini lectures and demonstrations from peers and through personal self discovery For adults the learning process must be hands on Even Confucius knew that people have to be involved to learn Tell me and I will forget Show me and I may remember Involve me and I will understand Confucious 孔 夫 子 450BC Games lectures exercises and worksheets are just a few of the techniques used There is a fun factor associated with learning which improves the knowledge retention of the lesson For more information on upcoming public workshops click on the link in the programme calendar or click on Programmes to view all courses Experiential works in conjunction with private and public organisations to develop in house trainings tailored to their requirements and schedule Check our Partner Programmes page for further information on our Executive Education and Development partners Please contact us for further information on customised courses

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  • Introducing Pamela Wigglesworth
    internet childrens golf apparel brand in 2004 and in 2008 I created Experiential So as you can see I developed a passion for the subject of entrepreneurship You may ask what does this have to do with corporate training and speaking on personal communication and marketing communication Well it has everything to do with who I am and why I speak and train today The past 15 years has not been without its share of difficult moments and major challenges I had great visions for my business and wanted to do everything in my power to make them succeed That meant learning what branding advertising and marketing was all about and finding the best ways to build awareness so I could gain recognition and subsequent sales for my products and services However as a start up I didn t have access to the same connections technology or professional expertise as the more established financially independent big boys and girls do This meant spending years learning through reading taking courses studying numerous mentoring moments over coffee all to educate myself on branding marketing the businesses in a big way yet with limited or even no resources Over time I was able to create processes that I could apply to each new business Then a light bulb went off I realized that many of the processes could be shared in such as way that smaller companies or entrepreneurs could become their own brand and marketing managers to execute their own integrated marketing communications plan they just needed to be shown how in a simple and step by step manner With a branding and marketing plan in place my focus switched to verbal communication specifically presenting the products and services of the businesses I needed to learn the best way to communicate my

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  • Pamela’s Biography
    she assists corporate companies with sales presentation skills and personal communication skills Pamela has a love of learning which keeps her at the top of her game and enjoys passing on that knowledge to those in her courses Utilizing her enthusiasm and leadership skills she is able to engage every participant through teaching and activities that help the team get things done She values close relationships with clients and strives to help them achieve positive results and ROI long after the training has been delivered She has a WSQ Advanced Certification in Training Assessment ACTA and has conducted public workshops in Singapore for Aventis School of Management the Marketing Institute of Singapore CentralHub Connections ST Training Solutions and Singapore Press Holdings ST701 She was a keynote speaker at ASSAP 2010 the Singapore Retailer s Association 2010 Conference Retail Renaissance Productivity Innovation and the ST701 Conference Supercharge Your Work Performance in 2011 Pamela has had multiple articles published in the Straits Times and the Singapore Marketer magazine She is a regular contributor to the online site Grow Your Enterprise She has lectured on general business subjects for Raffles Institute of Design the Asian Centre for Professional Excellence and the Paris Graduate School of Management Singapore campus As part of a Taf tc UNDP joint venture team she conducted retail business development training for several Bhutanese companies Ove the past ten years Pamela has developed fashion training courses for the Singapore Textile Fashion Federation Training Centre Taf tc and the Malaysian Textile Apparel Centre Pamela is the 2011 2012 Vice President of the Asia Professional Speakers Singapore APSS She is also a member of the Marketing Institute of Singapore and the American Chamber of Commerce in Singapore Pamela was a founding board member of the PrimeTime Business and Professional Women s Association

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  • General Information about Workshops
    class 2 Class runs from 9 00 a m to 5 00 p m each day 3 Class ends by 5 00 p m unless specified otherwise Prices All prices listed on this website are subject to change without notice Payment 1 Payment for courses fees should be attached with the registration form at the time of registration unless making payment online via credit card 2 Course fees are payable in advance of the class 3 Only pre paid in registration will be confirmed Registration without pre payment will be put on wait list subject to availability of seats 4 Confirmation will be official upon receipt of the registration form and course payment Cancellation Refund Policy 1 In the event that a paying attendee must cancel a registered course a full refund will be made if notice is given 10 working days prior to class commencement 2 If notice is given within 10 working days period prior to class commencement only 50 refund will be made 3 Five days or less notice for cancellation or non attendance will result in full billing with no refund 4 The purchase of non refundable airline tickets is not recommended due to possible course cancellations Course Cancellation Experiential reserves the right to cancel any class 1 weeks prior to the class start date due to low enrollment If a class is cancelled we will contact participants by telephone and email to arrange for training credit Every effort will be made to reschedule a cancelled class or transfer enrollments to a later date Students will be notified of future courses As an important courtesy to students every attempt will be made to ensure that participants are notified at least seven calendar days prior to the start of the first day of class for any course

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  • Frequently Asked Questions
    needs Hotel accommodation local and international travel are at the expense of the client 3 What does it cost for in house training The cost of in house training is not quoted as a fixed amount The training fee is based on the client s requirements such subject content course development the desired learning outcomes the number of days of training and location 4 Am I able to get government funding Yes For companies based in Singapore funding is available Experiential LLP is registered as a non WSQ training provider Therefore payment must be paid in full to Experiential Upon completion of the course staff must complete at least 75 of the course to be eligible the company administrator or HR Manager may apply for funding under the Skills Connect program Experiential will supply the administrator with the copies of invoices receipts and attendance record which are filed together with the Form 1 Application Companies may apply for funding for both public workshops and in house training 5 What are the payment procedures for in house training After an agreement on the desired learning outcomes has been made by the HR department and Experiential both parties will sign a contract outlining the details for the training A deposit of 40 of the training fee is to be paid to confirm and hold the training date The balance is due 7 days following the completion of the training 6 What is your cancellation policy In the event that a paying attendee must cancel a registered course a full refund will be made if notice is given 10 working days prior to class commencement If notice is given within the 10 working days period prior to class commencement only 50 refund will be made Five days or less notice for cancellation or

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  • Experiential Clients of In-House & Public Workshops
    at Work Personal Excellence in the Workplace Personal Excellence Course Outline Lunch Learn Programmes Coaching and Consultancy Executive Training Development Partners Calendar Testimonials Articles Gallery Contact General Enquiry SMS Enquiry Credit Card Payment Blog Experiential Clients of In House Public Workshops Home About Experiential Clients of In House Public Workshops Singapore Children s Society ACRA Siren Communication DTZ Debenham Tie Leung SEA Pte Ltd Singapore Polytechnic Building Construction Authority MICA Coface Services South Asia Pacific Acentis Red Gum Pte Ltd Glomobi MINDS Gartner Proactive Training Education Eins Technology Pte Ltd EDC SMCCI PARCO MATAC SIM Beaute Prestige International International SOS Pte Ltd Ministry of Manpower hmv Science Engineering Institutes ClubMed Kaplan Alexandra Health Pte Ltd TaFf FANCO NAVTEO National Parks Board Changi Airport HSBC LASALLE College of the arts JTC Corporation Singapore Civil Defence Force Singapore Police Force Marketing Institute Of Singapore NTUC Income Kelvin Chia Partnership Ministry of Home Affairs The British Club Ministry of Education st701 Sasol Regent Business School Civil Aviation Carey Malaysia astar Science and Engineering Institutes Join Our Mailing List Email Subscribe Dec 2012 View all Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

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  • Low Budget, No Budget Advertising & Promotion
    are my ladies boutique would still be around and thriving Instead I focused most of time and energy on developing the product and running the store operations and not enough time on creating brand awareness and driving traffic to the store I get it now Marketing equals sales and without it there is no business Today when I think back to those days I probably knew intuitively that I should be doing more to promote the business but then there was the logical side of me that said marketing is all well and good but we don t have the money Like so many other companies I thought advertising promotion was something only the big boys could afford to do Over time as I read more and learned more I found that there are multitudes of ways for a company to promote their business in big way and do it on a shoestring budget Old school thinking would call this guerilla marketing I call it smart marketing That s why I ve designed the workshop Advertising Promotion on a Shoestring Budget No Budget Low Budget Ways to Market Your Business Whether you are an SME MNC or SOHO operation you need to have at least a basic A P strategy I can hear you thinking that s easier said than done That s okay This is where I can help What I ve done is to break down the creation of an A P strategy to into a simplified step by step process We start by identifying what your company s objectives are Then you will determine a budget to be set for an A P campaign referred to as a campaign because there will be a variety of promotional activities that you would use that make up your strategy

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