eLN Learning Technologies Award Showcase Webinar Series: Make Real
Having been awarded funding from CITB, Make Real teamed up with Bam Nuttall to improve their highways onboarding experience.
At the start of this project, they had a number of challenges to overcome:
- Induction sessions could start as early as 7am, in temporary cabins with limited resources.
- Some of the learners may have already completed a similar session on a different site or as part of a different construction project.
- The sessions had already undergone some improvements, but opportunities for learner participation were still limited.
- Many learners have English as a second language and comprehension was a challenge.
- Jobs in construction are often overlooked by students in favour of engineering roles.
Join us for this webinar as we talk through our solution and how we overcame these challenges with this game-based solution. We used a suite of network tablets to encourage discussion and knowledge sharing between the learners and allowed the facilitator to better monitor and support individual progress. By doing this, we created an onboarding session that increased learner engagement and raised the number of first-time passing scores, while decreasing the overall cost and time spent on inductions.
Award: Bronze winner
‘Best technology-based onboarding programme’
About your presenter:
As Head of Learning Design at Make Real, Sophie has a proven track record of designing solutions that deliver real impact through behaviour change. Over the last 10 years, she’s worked with some of the world’s largest companies, to help them define their learning needs and create interventions that help overcome them. With a background in learning consultancy and design, over the years Sophie’s worked on award-winning courses using immersive technologies, serious games, classroom/digital blends, drama video, and animation
Independently judged by the eLearning Network to the highest and most rigorous of standards, there is no greater recognition of hard work and commitment to elearning than winning an Award. Reaching the shortlist is really something to shout about. Winning is proof to your clients, colleagues and rivals that you’re at the top of your game – a shining example to the learning and technology world.