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Training with a simulation for the development of skills

The training with a practical application is the most advantageous option in the context of a strategy to develop the skills of a company's employees. In the form of AFEST, the course offered by Fifty consists of an innovative approach to e-learning that successfully combines the concept of Nudge with artificial intelligence.

Training with a practical application: focus on practice

Many schools and institutions of learning, but also coaching professionals offer the training with a situational approach. Companies also use it to improve the technical and personal skills of their employees.

At the beginning, this pedagogical approach was mainly used for the acquisition of technical know-how. However, it was later revised and adapted to behavioural training as well. It is now applied to areas such as conducting recruitment interviews, learning to negotiate agreements or sales techniques, but also in the context of improving behaviour in the workplace and QWL.

This type of training emphasises practice. There is of course a theoretical part to acquire and understand the principles. However, the role plays allow participants to apply what they have learned directly, and to see whether or not they have grasped what they have been taught. In other words, this method confronts the learners with the situations they will face at work. It allows them to practice and to have a clear idea of what is expected of them or what is expected of them.

The effectiveness of training with a practical application The effectiveness of training with a situational approach has been proven time and time again in companies that have chosen this solution for the development of skills or the anchoring of behaviour of employees. However, the choice of trainers is essential to ensure the quality of the training.

The training with a role play by Fifty

Fifty is a start-up that has made training with a situ ational approach for companies its main activity. It has focused in particular on skills development and behavioural anchoring programmes to help improve both the know-how and the interpersonal skills of people in the workplace. Its innovative learning system is based on the combination of artificial intelligence and Nudge.

The latter is a concept developed by Richard Thaler, winner of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Economics, and aims to get people to change their behaviour to adapt to the working conditions or environment around them. Nudge also aims to encourage individuals to make good decisions freely, without fear of retribution.

In the training course with a situation of FiftyEach participant must carry out one or more micro-actions proposed on the Fifty platform on a daily basis. These micro-actions serve as a basis for the artificial intelligence to design a personalised programme that the learner must complete. The impact of the training is measured in real time by the AI, which will then suggest the micro-actions to be carried out in order to continue the course and finish it.