Closing the gap between available and required practical skills in the workplace is difficult for companies and the public sector. Implementing the experience gained from the dual vocational training system of Germany assures that vocational training and professional life go hand in hand and meets the requirements of the industry in times of a rapid digital change.
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.
Industry 4.0 is revolutionizing the producing middle class and corporations. It strengthens competitiveness, accelerates product development, and enables individual products. IIoT, also known as Industry 4.0, is more than just the technical digitalization of industry. The planning of new digital processes and their introduction are unthinkable without skilled employees.
Does artificial intelligence (AI) help to learn better? Definitely yes. In the digitalization of learning content, TÜV Rheinland Academy is increasingly focusing on automation through AI – and can, therefore, now deliver its training videos in up to 38 languages for international training. Learners are addressed in their native language. Learning could hardly be better.
Companies and their trainees in technical professions also suffer from Corona. TÜV Rheinland Academy, as a leading provider of technical competence development, has therefore expanded its worldwide TVET services. Welders and electrical engineers are now also learning their trades in virtual classrooms. The solution: simulations shorten practical exercises.
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.