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The Action de On-the-job training (AFEST) makes it possible to integrate on-the-job learning into an educational programme. This makes it possible to maintain employee productivity and optimise their skills development. Fifty, a platform dedicated to in-company employee training, offers all the advantages of the active method applied in the workplace.
This type of training is conducted in the company, during production hours. The work provides the main teaching material available to trainers and learners. The Action de Formation En Situation de Travail (AFEST) consists of two distinct but complementary sequences: simulation and reflection.
During the first phase, the employees are put in a situation to carry out a task with one or more well-defined educational objectives. This stage is carried out during production. The reflective phase takes place outside the production process. It is a step back during which the learner reflects on the activity carried out. This phase requires the support of a tutor, and is used in particular to evaluate the differences between the expected results and the achievements. Subsequently, the pair can repeat these two sequences as many times as necessary, until the achievements correspond to the expectations.
The Action de On-the-job training (AFEST) must meet professional objectives. It allows employees to acquire well-defined technical and human skills. Once the know-how has been acquired, each employee will be able to apply it automatically in his or her daily tasks to achieve better performance. This implies a real increase in competence, which contributes to the career progress of the learners. For example, by developing his or her communication skills, a manager can obtain better results from his or her team, and envisage a rise in the company's management.
The Fifty digital platform is aimed at companies and employees wishing to achieve a real increase in skills. This digital system is based on the principles of the Action de On-the-job training (AFEST), and allows employees to remain productive while improving their skills.
Fifty relies on two main levers in the implementation of the educational approach: Nudge, which aims to initiate a change in voluntary behaviour without resorting to coercion or punishment, and artificial intelligence. The latter enables the creation of individualised courses thanks to data processing.
Concretely, Fifty Fifty uses a list of micro-actions to be carried out daily in order to improve the technical and human skills of the learners. The latter will perform the right action at the right time to optimise learning, thanks to the combined use of AI and techniques from the Nudge approach. The results are quantifiable in real time, and are sustainable.
The implementation of Fifty compensates for the overly theoretical nature of most learning. By taking advantage of digital technology and the theory of behavioural economics, the platform offers an innovative and effective On-the-Job Training Action (OJTA).