The Learning Journey

Change through powerful pedagogy

We absorb information in different ways. Some people stop listening if they don’t immediately understand why a piece of information is important, others need to try something new and tangible before the knowledge is learned. Our Learning Journey cover all learning styles.

High accessibility

To design a learning journey means taking into account peoples different perspectives and presenting the information with varying methods. Sales theories and processes all have their points. The challenge is to be able to use them in practice – in everyday work.

Flexible plans for everyone

Our goal is that everyone should be able to participate on their own basis, experience and have influence over their training. The structure of our courses is planned in such a way so that the participant gets the practical help they need in their everyday work life. This enables them to reach their goals and develop in their role.

Training for long-term proficiency

On your learning journey, you will be faced with realistic situations and get to practice what you have learned.
Inside an interactive and risk-free simulation environment, you are able to train your skills without losing sales, losing customers or relationships.

Intermezzon Best practice

We believe that going through a theoretical model, and then being given the opportunity to practice your new knowledge in real situations makes for great training. We call our approach Intermezzon Best practice.

Intermezzon Best practice: Custom competence development according to your needs, where all our knowledge and experience makes it work in your everyday work life. And produces measurable results.



4MAT is the foundation of our pedagogy

All Intermezzon Learning Journeys are based on Bernice McCarthy’s 4MAT model. A typical training setup might look like this:

WHY – Introduction (webinar or video)
WHAT– Theoretical background (e-learning)
HOW – Practical training (e-simulation)
HOW in practice – Apply in practice (classroom training and regular coaching)

Some want to understand why they should train or do things differently (WHY). Others focus on the theory and methodology (WHAT). A third group wants practical training (HOW) and to know how to do something. The fourth group wants to know how the knowledge can be applied in everyday life and in other areas (HOW in practice).


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How would you like to start your learning journey?

Jenny Falkman would love to talk to you about that. She is a specialist in learning journeys and how training can create revenue for your business.