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Fifty, a digital training based on practices

For adults in general and workers in particular, the practice-based training For adults in general, and workers in particular, practice-based training allows better results to be achieved than more theoretical approaches. In this context, Fifty offers an innovative and effective training pathway, while respecting the requirements of the current skills development plan.

Principles and benefits of practice-based training

As its name suggests, its main characteristic is that it offers experiential learning. The aim is to acquire the necessary know-how to carry out an activity, by experimenting with the various problems linked to this activity. In this context, each problem is dealt with several times, from different angles, in order to master the answer. Thus, during a practice-based trainingIn this way, during a training session, the learner is directly put in a situation to exercise the targeted know-how.

This training is therefore different from case studies, which are limited to the practical observation of previously acquired theoretical knowledge. In direct learning by doing, people are real actors, and the mistakes they make feed into an experience that serves to build lasting know-how in each of them.

This method is particularly interesting in andragogy, especially with regard to worker training. Unlike children, adults need to be anchored in their own experiences and needs. Therefore, they learn and retain more easily through practice. In the context of on-the-job training, for example, the acquisition of new skills must meet specific professional objectives and remain linked to the functions performed at the time of training.

Practice-based training also allows compliance with the competence development plan, which obliges companies to improve the skills of employees using fewer resources than before. This is because the company pays for the training and the learning must take place during working hours. On-the-job experiential learning allows employees to remain productive while ensuring that their skills are upgraded.

Fifty, a practice-based learning platform

For professionals wishing to implement practical training that is more adapted to the needs of employees and the company, Fifty is an innovative digital platform for efficiency. It includes a list of micro-actions to be completed each day. However, not everyone can perform the standard activities. Artificial intelligence (AI) makes it possible to individualise each path so that each employee can develop his or her skills in a personalised way.

As a practice-based trainingFifty aims to actively develop the technical and human skills of learners. In this context, it is important to initiate behavioural changes in order to fully integrate the acquired know-how. More specifically, the acquisition of skills translates into the implementation of automatisms in the handling of professional issues.

This change is achieved through the Nudge approach, a method of "gently" encouraging behaviour to achieve better performance. This approach excludes constraints and sanctions, and aims to effectively inspire the subjects concerned to adopt a positive attitude that tends towards the desired objectives.