|ABAMI Consultancy & Training|
JA Resorts & Hotels boasts two dedicated ABAMI outdoor activity learning centres, located at the exclusive Hatta Fort Hotel and Jebel Ali Golf Resort & Spa and managed by ABAMI Training.
ABAMI training centres facilitate team, leadership and management development using the outdoors as part of the learning and experience process. As the Middle East’s leader in outdoor activity-based experiential learning programmes, ABAMI has developed interactive and innovative outdoor challenges that mirror real situations experienced within a work environment.
The full and half day programmes address the practical aspects of communication, motivation, conflict resolution, problem solving and decision making and are designed for executives, management and employee groups at every level and of all sizes.
An exclusive ABAMI venue with high-rope challenges, the leap of faith and fully equipped climbing wall all set amidst the stunning Hajar Mountains.
These extensive outdoor facilities are also complemented with an ABAMI marquee, ideal for indoor activities or challenges. Exclusive use of the Hatta Fort Hotel’s world-class dining, entertaining, sport and leisure facilities make these programs a unique and memorable learning experience.
What does ABAMI do?
ABAMI programmes are developed and implemented using experiential learning methodology. Interactive, experiential exercises, business simulations with both indoor and outdoor challenges combine in a unique methodology that delivers exceptional results.
Why choose experiential learning ?
‘Learning by doing’
ABAMI recognise that people learn best by doing rather than by listening and reflect this in their learning and development programs.
Proven to have the greatest impact on adult learning, experiential learning is where learning and development are achieved through personally determined experience and involvement - similar to that of a child learning by their first experiences.
The experiential learning process:
Experience – the activity and learning by doing.
Share – the results, reactions and observations publicly.
Process – the discussion, looking at the experience, analysis and reflection.