Self-learning is a process where the learner learn by oneself he doesn’t need a teacher. In this process you can learn without restrictions, you learn how to become an independent thinker. ’’Self-learning gives the opportunity to develop a good work ethic’’ (www.urthemom.com). You can learn by yourself at home, at college. Benefits, training and a lifelong learning represent what a self-learner can do to become better.
Benefits: - understand better: is easier if you read and write by yourself, you learn in the same time and write.
-learn by mistakes: an individual indulged in self-learning makes no mistakes, as you increasing the knowledge. Any of this gone wrong will not frustrate the person, because mistakes are expected to happen. Example if you work your assessment and when is finish you read again it means you can correct your mistakes but if somebody else is doing for you, you don’t have the chance to repair nothing
- No fear to fail/ No fear to failure: Is no frustration in what you doing because you can fix if you have a problem. Any mistakes can be fixed so this is a good benefit of self – learning
-learning during the dead time: Learn anytime when you want, is yours time, is nobody there to tell you when to learn or when to read a book. You can chose your time, can be in dead time or can be in leisure time
- No cost: Self learning has no cost for the self- learner and is no cost for the organisation where individual is employed. The learner is learning on his own resource and the organisation does not have to pay for the learner to learn.
Training: can be in a lot of places. You can learn in house very easy and very comfortable, or outhouse like college or to have discussions in groups. Develop a process of deciding in advance what to do and by whom to achieve individual or in organisation objectives