So what really is
Watch Laura Ashley-Timms, one of the creators of the STAR® programme, do a quick introduction of how the programme is structured.
There is a quiz every 3-4 modules to check understanding and provide some guidance ahead of each assessment.
Interactive drama videos are built into the journey where the learner makes decisions to help some of the managers at a company called ‘Rocket’.
Reflection is a key part of learning and critical to any behavioural change, yet most virtual learning programmes completely miss this aspect. STAR® Manager has reflection integrated into every module.
The Learning Log is a highly innovative part of the programme to embed new skills via guided learning exercises that build into a detailed private journal.
Each module has a range of different interactive e-learning exercises to keep the learner engaged and actively participating.
In addition to several self-assessment exercises, at the end of each set of 10 modules, there is a formal assessment. You need to achieve a 70% pass mark to continue through the programme.
Learning Circles are an optional part of the programme and a unique opportunity to work directly with a world-class tutor and a small group of 2-3 fellow learners in a live virtual classroom.
After every module, the learner is set a work-based mission to incorporate into their role and practise the skills they have just learned.
Learners can participate in the forum to share learnings, best practice and engage with colleagues who are also on the programme.
Key concepts, models, exercises and tools can all be downloaded as PDFs and turned into a fantastic toolkit and ongoing resource bank.
You can work through the programme, at your own pace… in a ‘cohort size’ of one, or in a predefined cohort of any size of peers or even as part of an ‘open programme’ joined by other organisations.Request free demo
So we found a way of incorporating their amazing expertise into the STAR® programme. Every module has at least one dynamic and fun master-class… and of course you can also meet them, via video conference, by joining a Live Learning Station and the Learning Circles.