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Successfully complete your skills development plan with Fifty

Since 1 January 2019, the training plan has been replaced by the skills development plan. From now on, the employer is the initiator of the training, which must meet professional objectives. Fifty, the On-the-Job Training Action (AFEST) platform, makes it possible to meet the various requirements of this new plan, and to provide employees with added value in terms of skills.

The principles of the skills development plan

Previously, with the training plan, employees could undertake training on their own initiative, and negotiate the conditions of completion with the employer. With the new skills development plan, this initiative is the responsibility of the employer, who therefore organises the training according to the needs of the company and with the aim of keeping employees in work.

During the training, the employee and the employer must respect certain conditions:

  • The apprenticeship is carried out during working hours, with some exceptions (to be determined by existing branch agreements);
  • The remuneration of the employee in training is maintained;
  • The cost of the training is borne by the company.

To meet these requirements, it is more interesting to set up an Action de Formation En Situation de Travail (AFEST). This approach ensures an increase in skills in specific areas that use work as a tool and subject for learning. It is therefore the best way to achieve the educational and professional objectives.

Furthermore, the Action de Formation En Situation de Travail (AFEST) optimises the resources dedicated to learning. The company, which has to pay the cost of the training, can at the same time benefit from the work of the employees, as they remain in a production situation.

Thus, the skills development plan is a less costly and more effective way of improving the technical and human skills of workers, by setting up highly targeted training projects and individualised learning paths.

Fifty, an effective tool for your skills development projects

A digital platform dedicated to On-the-Job Training (OJT), Fifty is the ideal way to organise and carry out skills development for your employees. This system combines the effectiveness of the Nudge approach and the power of artificial intelligence to offer individualised training courses adapted to the needs of workers and companies. It also enables you to meet the requirements of the skills development plan.

Fifty consists of micro-actions to be carried out each day by the learner employees. These activities target the technical and human skills targeted in the training. The list is not set in stone, but is personalised for each participant to obtain concrete results. The changes are quantifiable in real time, and are felt at the individual and organisational level.

Nudge, initiated by Richard Thaler (Nobel Prize in Economics 2017), is an approach that aims to encourage behaviour without resorting to coercion or sanctions. In the context of training, such an approach ensures both motivation and effectiveness.