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Meeting a training obligation for major groups 

A major French transport group, our customer must meet the requirement of the Sapin 2 law, which aims to combat fraud and corruption. These measures, which came into force on June 1, 2017, concern French companies, as well as foreign companies with economic activities in France that generate more than €100 Million in annual sales, and employ more than 500 employees.

Among these anti-fraud measures, these companies must set up a training scheme for all employees.

Produce and distribute an in-house e-learning module

Once a company has reached a certain size, it can easily invest in digital learning courses, that will benefit all its teams.

Interactive e-learning module

An in-house training project of this kind must therefore meet a number of communication challenges. Here are the main issues we worked on during this project:

  • Condensed, animated training, to make this training educational and easy to transmit, we wanted to create a short e-learning module (around 10 minutes of training).
  • A format adapted to LMS platforms : In order to be shared on the company's internal LMS (Learning Management System) platform, we adapted the content to the SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model) format. In this way, the training modules could be viewed directly from the company's usual tools.
  • A structural challenge in terms of content and videos. Our team of pedagogical engineers integrated different chapters into the training, to facilitate learning and record information progressively.
  • Interactive modules, to accentuate learning and comprehension, we have produced illustrations, videos and quizzes to evaluate what has been learned. These varied media are designed to help the learner participate in the learning process.

Quiz interactive training e-learning module

  • International and multilingual distribution, to ensure that the module created is understood by all Group employees, the module has been produced in two languages: French, for employees in France, and English, for those abroad.

The steps involved in creating the e-learning module

To create this e-learning module, we divided the project into 6 phases, over a period of 4 to 5 weeks.

The project required the involvement of 4 different people: a graphic designer, an illustrator-animator, an educational engineer and a project manager. We divided the project into several stages :

  • Firstly, we diagnosed the existing system. To do this, we called on the services of an educational engineer, a specialist in this field.
  • We then proposed a new structure for the course. Here again, the pedagogical engineer was called in to work on the best format. The aim was to restructure the new content to add interactivity and storytelling, all within the 10-minute time limit.
  • Next, we designed the pedagogical content. Here, we had to determine which style was best suited to the needs of this training course. We came up with a cartoon style, to make the course more playful and understandable.
  • In addition to new designs, we created explanatory videos and short quizzes. An illustrator-animator was called in for this stage. In order to produce all the videos, we drew up the script for each module before launching production of the animations.

Once the training course was completed, we integrated the new content into the course with the help of the training engineer. To do this, we first integrated the content into a presentation in slide format, before rolling it out on Storyline software, a tool for creating interactive navigation, and exporting the module created in SCORM format.

Conclusion on the in-house training module

Creating an in-house e-learning module is a complex task, as you need to gather the needs of all your teams. However, e-learning courses enable you to improve the efficiency of your training systems, while achieving economies of scale. A training course can be distributed internally to all your employees over several years. Training content can also evolve in line with changes in processes or legislation.

The creation of a tailor-made e-learning module makes it easier for your employees to learn. It is therefore a strategic issue for your company's business.

E-learning – Fraud
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