|Dr Parveen Sandhu
An engaging educator, workplace-learning specialist, facilitator and public speaker, Parveen uses ‘right-fit’ simplicity in design and delivery to achieve lasting performance improvements. Her impactful design interventions create tangible learning and inspire mind-set shift amongst people of diverse backgrounds.
At the Institute for Adult Learning Singapore, Parveen facilitates programmes on learning design and delivery. She works with a wide spectrum of learner profiles (ranging from employees at MNCs and SMEs, to lecturers at higher education institutions) helping them shift from traditional learning mind-sets to ones that are responsive to the needs of their own diverse employees and learners.
Programmes delivered by Parveen include:· Adult Learning Theories & Principals
· Reflective Practice
· Training Needs Analysis
· Designing and Facilitating Adult Learning
· Competency-based Assessment
· Facilitating Mind-set Shifts
As Learning Specialist at Surge Consulting, Parveen implements programmes to improve performance at work. Programmes are custom-designed and available both in classroom and blended-learning formats (combining classroom, online learning and workplace learning).
Programmes designed and delivered include:· UCoach® – A blended-learning programme for busy leaders with a training function (approved for SkillsFuture funding)
· Collaborating with your team – Helping leaders facilitate conversations for solutioning
· Leading through Coaching – Up-skilling managers with coaching skills
· Facilitation as a 21st Century Management Skill – Equipping today’s leaders with facilitation skills, an essential skill-set in the modern workplace
Programmes are high in engagement, deliberate practice and collaborative learning.Most recently Parveen has earned the CWLS and DACE qualifications from IAL, Singapore. She also holds an Advanced Certificate in Training and Assessment (ACTA) from IAL, a PhD in Applied Linguistics from University of Edinburgh, Scotland, and a Master of Arts (Distinction) in Applied Linguistics from University of Essex, England.