For several years, Learning has been viewed as one's ability to record, memorize and repeat narrations in form of notes (written literature), and not necessarily perceiving its true significance. This is not any better in Vocational Education and Training, where creativity is vital. In this book, Learning is viewed as a complex holistic and multidimensional process, emerging from education, experience and reflection about what is most relevant knowledge. Knowledge in this case, is not anything written in books or bestowed by those who consider themselves knowledgeable (teachers), upon those considered to know nothing (students). The student is considered to be knowledgeable and capable of constructing his/her own knowledge and skills; which leads to better retention of the knowledge and skills, and promotes creativity. While considering other pathways of achieving this, 'Learning groups' are more practical and lead to both individual, groups and organizational development. This book is therefore of great importance to researchers, education developers, educators, facilitators, teachers, mentors, apprentices, apprentice trainers and organizations who wish to improve their practice.