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Post-training actions to reinforce what has been learned

By choosing the right method post-trainingBy choosing the right method, the transition to practice after learning will be less complicated and less stressful. This step not only allows you to apply what you have learnt, but also to train yourself to turn it into a habit. Fifty has developed an innovative method based on Nudge and artificial intelligence to facilitate the transition to action after training.

The benefits of post-training actions

Once they have completed their training, graduates are often apprehensive about putting the knowledge they have gained during their course into practice. It can also happen that the courses were more theoretical than practical, causing a lack of self-confidence due to the fear of not being able to be effective. A little help in practising what has been learned is always welcome.

Post-training actions are the best option to ease the transition from the end of training to practice, but also to gain more confidence if one has to take up one's job right away after the learning period is over. They can be integrated into the daily routine during the performance of tasks, as well as outside working hours, depending on the objectives.

The proposed actions take into account both technical skills and human capacities. They offer the possibility of seeing whether what has been taught in the theoretical courses is really adapted to the needs or requirements of the positions held or to be held. In other words, they make it possible to measure the adequacy of what has been learned with the situations experienced on a daily basis and with the work environment.

The actions post-training actually encourage individuals who have undergone more theoretical than practical training to move beyond the stage of hesitation or apprehension and into practice. They also push them to question their working methods, for example, in order to find the answers in both the new knowledge and/or the new personal skills they have acquired.

Reinforce skills acquired through post-training action

Many employees feel that the training they have received in the context of improving their working methods has not given enough space to practice. Some companies are also aware of this lack. However, post-training skill development requires simple and effective methods. Fifty offers a logical follow-up to training to facilitate the application of what has been learned.

Our solution is a successful combination of Nudge and artificial intelligence. Our Nudge is a series of micro-actions to be carried out on a daily basis. These micro-actions are recommendations made available on our platform to people who wish to use them. They are used by the AI to design complete and individualised learning paths in which both technical skills and human abilities are taken into account.

Under the guise of Action de Formation En Situation de Travail (AFEST), the method Fifty is adapted to the situations of post-training In addition to reinforcing and developing skills, it is also a valuable aid to the strategies for anchoring them in the workplace. In addition to reinforcing and developing skills, it is also a valuable aid to behavioural anchoring strategies. The results throughout the course are evaluated in real time and will be used by the AI to select the actions to be taken until the end of the programme.