ASEFSA Theoretical Framework

Experiential Learning: Our Social Engagement Facilitation approach is based on Experiential Learning theory whereby participants and client’s experiences and environments are integrated into their learning and discovery processes.

Asset Based Approach: We acknowledge and embrace knowledge, wisdom, talents and gifts replete in our communities and amongst our clientele and such as a point of departure. 

Community Of Practice Approach: (COP) this entails a group of people who share a profession or a craft committed to deepening their knowledge and expertise by interacting on an ongoing basis.  

AA1000 Stakeholder Engagement Standards: This is a universally accepted stakeholder engagement tool that organizations use to help them achieve inclusivity and engage relevant stakeholders for a clear purpose to achieve agreed outcomes.  

Our Methodology

Three components of Social Engagement Facilitation

As a social science and a body of knowledge Social Engagement Facilitation is underpinned by three components namely content, relationships and process


The Social Engagement Cycle