In previous chapters we have shown how consultancy has developed into being more than simply providing specialist information or advice. We have presented a model of roles that consultants are adept at playing, and indicated some of the key competences underlying these roles. We have also shown that, for training purposes, the 1+7 model has advantages over other models. In this chapter we are concerned in giving readers greater insight into the process of learning, so as to increase their understanding of the value of such models as training aids and ways of incorporating them into a training programme.
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- Learning Theories and the Development of Expertise
Allan P. O. Williams
- Palgrave Macmillan UK