Innovative learning formats in corporate education and training are often still sought in vain. We explain which five corporate learning strategies you should definitely put on your agenda for the next few years. Many companies still rely primarily on frontal teaching for corporate learning. Read now why this is no longer in keeping with the times.
Personnel certifications by TÜV Rheinland are now also accessible as secure online certification – via online proctoring worldwide. This is TÜV Rheinland Academy and PersCert TÜV’s response to how the Corona-related lockdown has changed the way of life of students and those who pursue adult education and certification in almost all countries.
The potential for future collaboration between humans and artificial intelligence (AI), robots, mobile end devices for augmented reality, and blockchain can already be seen in the existing basic technologies. This leads to an increase in work productivity, a better working environment, and more intensive employee retention.
People make mistakes. But: mistakes are valuable when causers and their organizations learn from them. However, this requires a culture of failure and learning. This is the only way to prevent repetitions and minimize financial and reputational damage. A culture of error and learning becomes a critical success factor for the introduction of agile corporate structures.
TÜV Rheinland Academy has now developed a model with which companies can meet their demand for skilled workers in a targeted and timely manner - without having to worry about the associated formalities and the sophisticated recruitment and qualification process - to overcome precisely these hurdles. Above all, they can be sure that the new employees actually meet the desired requirement profile.
The professional idea, which is based on having undergone a clearly defined education and which has since developed further through real on-the-job training, is becoming more and more defensive. Today, the profession is at best an entrance ticket to the foyer of professional life, which after a few years is hardly suitable as a ticket for the next levels of the career ladder.