High Impact Learning that Lasts


Current learning & development of learners, either in corporate academies, organisations, or in schools, suffers from some major problems such as too high dropout, too low impact and poor transfer to real life or workplaces.
The HILL-model provides a clear direction for designing learning trajectories that do create high impact.

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The bootcampformula means working in an small group (16 p.) via strong interactionworking toward elaborations for practice.

Experts are continuously available to share their experience and to analyse and solve your problems and questions.


Bouwstenen voor High Impact Learning

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Creating impact through Future Learning

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Visit our youtube channel for some interesting clips about the different aspects of the Hill-model.

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Interesting documents and tools to download.

(NL) High impact learning in “nieuwe” opleidingen

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(NL) 11 tips voor “Assessment-as-Learning” in de praktijk

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(NL) Assessment as Learning(AaL)

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(NL) Hill bouwstenen voor bedrijfsopleidingen

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(NL) Hill bouwstenen voor onderwijs

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(EN) The Hill-model in practice: Tips and guidelines

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Corporate training & trajectories, TTT, HILL design, licences for trainers/coaches:

Els Minner

Merel Barendse

Leen Lievens

Interactive keynotes/worklabs:


LCM Leuven Centre for Collaborative ManagementLCM Leuven Centre for Collaborative Management

Support/Inspirational workshops:

Dr. Filip Dochy

Professor of Corporate L&D and professional learning

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Dr. Anne Boon

Expert Team coaching, Group Dynamics and Professional L&D

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Dr. Tijs Besieux

Expert Leadership, Team Dynamics and Performance

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Dr. Martin Euwema

Professor of Organizational Psychology

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Wibran Dochy

Expert Hill applications and interaction management

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For keynotes en workshops: info@highimpactlearningthatlasts.com

For Hill corporate training, support or trajectories:

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