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Today’s Top Challenges Solved with Smart and Beautiful Learning Solutions

Renault nissan

Business Need: Bringing synchronicity to all departments.

Renault–Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between automobile manufacturers Renault, and Nissan, which together sell more than one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies have nearly 450,000 employees and control nine major brands: Nissan, Renault, Infiniti, Renault Samsung Motors, Dacia, Datsun, Venucia, Lada and Mitsubishi. The car group sold 8.3 million cars worldwide in 2013, behind Toyota, General Motors, and Volkswagen for total volume.

Our Solution: We partnered with Nissan to create a curriculum which delivered the concept of synchronized production philosophy. The idea was to improve the company’s productivity and effectiveness and have a global standard production system. So essentially, manufacture according to the real consumer order, thus coordinating all operations and materials.

After the Renault and Nissan alliance took place, Renault embraced the NPW in its plants to produce each other’s automobiles. Renault increased its productivity and decreased its defective parts percentage as a result. We delivered a curriculum which encompassed elements of gamification and self discovery of the APW.

  • Designed, translated and deployed across all continents, and in over 12 languages
  • After the success of the pilot, the curriculum was deployed across the entire organization – worldwide
  • A second curriculum was commissioned for worldwide deployment based on the metrics achieved from the phase 1 curriculum roll-out.

The Results:

Both curriculums were rolled out successfully cross the globe, utilizing 3 different LMS systems and incorporating all 12 languages.

Johnson and Johnson

Johnson & Johnson Vision Care Institute

On-boarding and up-training eLearning curriculum

Business Need: Transforming workshop based training into a world-wide accessible eLearning solution.

Our Solution: We partnered with Johnson and Johnson to design, develop and deploy a range of curriculums for their  Vision Care Institute. The institute is a unique facility offering education and training for Eye Care Professionals. Dedicated to promoting learning, debate, and best practice standards, the institute provides the opportunity to enjoy collaborative, peer-to-peer learning in an engaging and welcoming environment.

 

[udesign_icon_font name=”fa fa-check-circle-o” color=”#81d742″ size=”1.5em”]  Extraordinary ROI, not just annual cost savings, but adding value

[udesign_icon_font name=”fa fa-check-circle-o” color=”#81d742″ size=”1.5em”]  Perfect alignment to corporate strategy and company values through systematic consultation for every programme

[udesign_icon_font name=”fa fa-check-circle-o” color=”#81d742″ size=”1.5em”]  Board-level trust eLearning is now the first point of communication for important strategic changes, and every course is consultant-led by a recognised eyecare professional.

Values Behind the Strategy:
Johnson & Johnson re-enforce their ethos through the following values:

  • State of the Art Facilities– Offering access to the best equipped and designed facilities
  • ‘Patient First’ Approach’– Giving their employees the best tools to drive the ‘patient first’ approach
  • Continuous Learning– listening to what learner’s want, 24/7 support and inspiring them to control their journey to excellence.

The transformation programme has seen Johnson & Johnson deploy the same training in many languages worldwide to ensure continuity of their message, vast cost savings from the reduction of country – specific workshops, and overcome logistical barriers in regions where accessibility was problematic. This project resulted in us obtaining a further 6 contracts within their other lines of business.

Royal College of GPs

Royal College of General Practitioners

General compliance, on-boarding and up-training eLearning curriculum

Business Need: Streamlining and Improving eLearning accessibility

The Royal college of GPs are the professional membership body and guardian of standards for family doctors in the UK, working to promote excellence in primary healthcare. RCGP work to improve GP education and training, defining standards through the GP Curriculum and upholding them through the MRCGP membership exam. RCGP also provide continued support, with a comprehensive range of courses, events and resources to help GPs keep their knowledge and skills up to date.

Our Solution: We partnered with RCGP to create a curriculum rich in case-studies, scenarios, learning activities, and educational resources to assist GPs in their role. We delivered this curriculum in a mobile compliant format, so it could be easily accessible on the road. We:

  • Designed and deployed the full curriculum in mobile compliant format
  • Transformed existing workshop materials into an innovative online eLearning solution
  • Consulted with fellows in the relevant medical field to update and transform content into a more learner-centric solution

The Results:

All curriculums and exams were rolled out successfully and before deadline, reducing over-all training time by 60% compared to the previous solution.

Walmart

Wal-Mart

Management and on-boarding eLearning curriculum

The Wal-Mart Management Training Program is a 90 day educational program that puts applicants through various classes and workshops to help them understand the ins and outs of the Wal-Mart business. We worked with eLearning Brothers to freshen up  Wal-Mart’s management training model. This was a rapid 24 hour project, which we delivered under budget, and with plenty of time to spare!

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National Civil Defense Corps Cadets

On-boarding eLearning Curriculum

The National Civil Defence Cadet Corps (NCDCC) of Singapore was formed in 2005 and is currently the newest recognized member of the National Uniformed Group. The creation of this Uniformed Group was initiated by the Ministry of Home Affairs in response to the need for the young leaders of tomorrow to have a firm pillar and grounding in Singapore‘s firm belief of Total Defence.

Together with the National Police Cadet Corps, both corps have their Headquarters located at the Home Team Academy.

Smart eLearning designed, developed and assisted in deploying this unique training to the cadets. so far 12 waves of cadets have successfully completed the training and are actively serving their community.