The tool that helps your employees move from good advice to action in the field. All in a measurable way.Discover Fifty
An innovative and less restrictive learning method, eLearning eLearning training Fifty meets the needs of companies wishing to improve the human and professional knowledge of their employees. Fifty takes the concept one step further and offers an original online training action, based on digital technology and the active participation of learners, specifically designed for the development of skills and behavioural anchoring in companies. This is eDoing, moving from knowledge to concrete skills.
The eLearning training is also called e-learning because almost everything happens online. Courses, course materials and exercises, but also all the resources they may need are available on a dedicated platform. Just as in a traditional educational system, learners will have to complete a full curriculum and pass exams to obtain their diploma or certificate.
This type of training is successful because of its flexibility. In principle, once they have registered, learners have access to the resources on the platform and can use them freely. They can thus progress at their own pace and manage their schedule according to their availability. This particularity of eLearning is very well suited to professionals seeking to improve their skills, as they are not always obliged to take time off work to reach the training site.
The only major drawback of e-learning training The only big drawback of e-learning is the lack of practice, which leads to frustration among employees who do not know how to put what they have learned into practice. Employees have the opportunity to move from theory to practice in their day-to-day work, and this is what Fifty has decided to exploit with its solution. In fact, many companies rely on hybrid training to optimise eLearning theory and practice (the Fifty platform). In other words, the training includes a part that will be carried out online - generally the lessons and written exercises - and another part in person for the practical part. In the case of Fifty, this practical part is also digitalized.
Online training is now available from some universities and colleges, but also from specialised organisations. Start-ups have joined the list with original teaching methods.
Fifty is one of the start-ups that specialise in digital training for companies that want to help their employees optimise their skills, whether technical or human. Its learning method is based on Nudge and artificial intelligence.
Nudge, the educational concept developed by Richard Thaler, aims to encourage people to change their behaviour in the face of everyday situations and to adapt to them or take advantage of them. But also to make wise choices in complete freedom, without fear of sanctions. AI allows to maximise the input on individuals, with personalised pathways.
In practice, training participants will find a list of "micro-actions" to be carried out on a daily basis. These micro-actions will contribute to the appropriation or reinforcement of skills, or to optimising the behavioural anchoring of individuals. The role of artificial intelligence is to create a personalised course for each participant, depending on the objectives and micro-actions chosen.
This digital training action takes on the appearance of an AFEST (Action de Formation En Situation de Travail) since the learners are immediately put in the bath to apply what they have acquired in their job within the company. The results and their progress are monitored in real time by the AI, which will then propose actions to be taken that are adapted to their needs.