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AFEST or training in work situations

L’AFESTFor Action de Formation En Situation de Travail (Training Action in Work Situation), completes the existing systems with new modalities allowing a better integration of the knowledge by the candidates, to transform it into competences. In addition to technical skills,AFEST can be adapted to the development of behavioural or human skills. How can AFEST improve its soft skills? Fifty takes stock.

AFEST: the general framework

The Act Avenir of September 5, 2018 introduces new ways of learning in the workplace. Thus, it is now possible to benefit from an AFEST alongside work-linked training and vocational training, whatever the sector of activity, the size of the company or the profession. But what exactly do we mean by AFEST ?

For employers, AFEST allows a more realistic approach to vocational training with lower pedagogical costs. It is in fact training following a well-established structure and framed by law. The implementation of this system requires the intervention of a duly trained pair of trainers and the respect of strict procedures.

An AFEST will necessarily include work situations and several reflexive sequences distinct from the productive activity. A post-training follow-up is also organised in order to consolidate the candidate's skills.

Specifically concerning the reflective phase, these are an interesting aspect in terms of skills acquisition. The reflexive phase refers to the moment when the learner takes a step back from his practice and analyzes his path: how did he succeed? Why did he fail? Here, the technical and behavioural aspects are reviewed.

The soft skills training proposed by Fifty focuses on improving behavioural skills, which are just as decisive as technical qualifications or skills. This training is based on digital technology and can be compared to an AFEST, as it is based on precise engineering.

Vocational training action: Fifty's eDoing approach

L’AFEST has significant advantages for both the company and the employee. This training action is considered by experts as one of the best devices to facilitate the integration of the knowledge of candidates, who acquire or develop skills in the workplace.

AFEST also promotes the preservation of know-how and prevents employers from seeking suitable (and often expensive) external training. In order to optimise the impact of your On-the-job Training Actions(AFEST), the Fifty platform accompanies your employees via a unique pedagogical path based on the Nudge theory.

Our approach focuses on the improvement of so-called "soft skills", i.e. the personal qualities that differentiate an average worker from an efficient employee. To do this, the platform Fifty draws up a list of actions to be done on a daily basis, which we have called "micro-actions" and which will then be individualized in order to establish a unique path thanks to AI.

Artificial intelligence was used to develop personalized recommendations that address both technical and soft skills. Fifty has been designed to fill the gap in terms of practical training in soft skills, vectors of sustainable performance and growth. This offer is equally beneficial to employees who see their field of expertise, and therefore opportunities, expand.