Continuing our series on eLearning for Health and Safety on the Factory Floor, today we will look at creating eLearning modules on the precautions and processes of lifting and hoisting heavy loads....
Once again I recommend to the use an eLearning video (a film) in such an eLearning course because then you can have the luxury of getting to show exactly how the process should work. As I have done in previous posts I shall explain how to structure the video in order to get the most messages across in the shortest amount of time.
Always begin by explaining to the learner what he or she needs to do right at the start.
Over the next few weeks I will write a series of posts on the topic Health and Safety Training for Factory workers. We will cover topics like Noise and Hearing Damage; Clothing Precautions while us...
In each blog post I shall explain how the learning plan for each scenario should be developed, key learning topics which need to be covered and tips & tricks to keep the learning experience fun and inspiring.
Where ever possible I will share with you screenshots from eLearning courses we have developed on the above topics as well as video clips which can be embedded into the eLearning to make it more realistic and entertaining.
Earlier this week I received an email from a prospective customer asking a question which (obviously) comes to everyone’s mind when considering buying something – "How much does this cost?" The ans...
The key message in this email is the bottom line. Good eLearning companies have a broad range of options at their disposal will always find a way to meet a client’s requirements within the budget available.
Vetter Pharma created eLearning for Environment, Health & Safety from Jilbee in an effort to lower accidents. Read eLearning Videos Vetter Pharma case study.
The various eLearning courses are currently deployed by Vetter Pharma on their LMS and are available to all their employees. The quality of the training as a consequence of making it available in the form of eLearning with videos is very high and can be seen in the high levels of engagement as well as the positive feedback received by the EHS department. If the end result of the deployment of this eLearning is the reduction of accidents at Vetter Pharma, the project would be deemed a great success.
Alle wichtigen Unternehmen für Lerntechnologien am Deutschen Markt haben sich letzte Woche bei der LearnTec 2014 in Karlsruhe vorgestellt und ausgetauscht. Für Jilbee war es die erste Teilnahme und...
Over three days of last week all major players from the German Learning Technology market assembled in Karlsruhe for the LearnTec 2014 conference. Jilbee was there for the first time ever and the fair was a very big success for us. I would like to thank everyone who visited us and took the time to get to know us and what we offer.
There will be times when you will want to include educational films with simple interviews of a domain expert in your eLearning courses.It is a great way to reduce the cost of introducing videos in...
Learning videos do not live in isolation. They all fit into a larger whole which is your eLearning course which in turn needs to fit into your Learning strategy. Making the pieces fit together is just as important as is the design and delivery of a single eLearning video.
Previously we have seen what you need to do to manage the crucial relationship between the Instructional Designer and the Project Manager.
Post shares 3 tips on how you can get optimal collaboration between the Instructional Designer (ID) and the Graphic Designer (GD). 1. Put them next to each other 2. Make them responsible for each other’s work – drive common metrics 3. Replace long, dull Instructional Design Documents with Graphic Design Wireframes To conclude, the relationship between the Instructional Designer and the Graphic Designer is very crucial. You need to create an environment where they complement each other, where they feed-off of each other and where they can challenge each other to deliver a superior output.
At Jilbee we execute our eLearning projects along a Globally Distributed Production Model. This means that a team, which is based around the world, executes
Post highlights the advantages gained from distributed eLearning teams. So, here they are:
1. Gain access to a very broad base of talent 2. Have the ability to rapidly scale up if required 3. Retain proximity to the client(despite having production remote from the client) 4. Leverage global sourcing to gain price advantage. 5. Gain flexibility to modify project team structure as required
So bottom line: If you are able to pull of building a globally distributed eLearning production team, your company (and your customers) will be better off as a result.
Welding is the process of joining two materials (like metals) by melting the area to be joint on both work pieces, then combining the molten areas and letting them cool till they become one.
The focus of this post is going to be on using eLearning for explaining the key precautions to be taken before starting to weld. So going through an exhaustive list of different types of welding or explaining how to do welding or precautions to take during welding are out of scope of this post.
Factory workers who are subjected to sustained noise at high levels are at great risk of developing permanent hearing damage resulting in partial or complete loss of hearing. Noise from activities ...
All the examples demonstrate the fact that noise levels on the factory floor can be quite high and if sustained over a period of time can result in permanent damage to the ear. So when you develop your training programs for factory workers do include the topic of Noise & Hearing Damage in it. And with a healthy dose of eLearning videos you could even make the topic fun for the learners.
All projects have team members with overlapping roles. Just the right amount of overlap is necessary to ensure a smooth handover of information and tasks from one team member to another. If there i...
To conclude, the relationship between an Instructional Designer and a Project Manager – like most relationships – needs to be managed carefully. It is a relationship of equals which with open communication, mutual respect and the putting of client satisfaction above all else, can be a force for good for all sides.
The last two days at the CIPD Learning and Development Show have been a big success for us. The conference started quite slowly with not a lot of traffic on the first day. We learnt during the day ...
In most of the interactions our team had with visitors to our booth the recurring demand was for “something new, something fresh”. The eLearning market in the UK is one of the most mature in Europe and so it is not surprising that UK companies are now looking beyond the stale and (often) boring Web Based Trainings and are showing great interest in video content.
We see a very big potential for us in this market and look forward to engaging with it in the coming months and years.
This post is meant for Training Managers who are considering introducing videos in their eLearning courses. It could also be useful to eLearning vendors who wish to offer videos to their clients and are figuring out how to do this in a cost effective way.
Remember that getting more for less requires writing simple scripts (which is harder than writing complicated scripts) which still achieve the pedagogical objectives, reducing waste by using only the necessary equipment and limiting how much crews and equipment need to be moved from location to location, hiring professionals who understand how to get things done fast and ensuring that there is plenty of planning to pull it all together. Extracting more for less with film content is not only feasible but it is also a great way to get client satisfaction while generating healthy profits for the eLearning video provider.
If you are looking for a vendor for building eLearning solutions with video content and are wondering what qualities to look for, then this post is for you.
Our experience in the vendor selection process has, of course, been from the other side of the table but over the years we have gained a deep understanding of what clients look for and below are the 9 qualities which have mattered most to our clients.
adidas created eLearning for Global Sales Training from Jilbee in bringing Dry Topic to life. Read eLearning Videos adidas case study.
The Learning is now rolled out to adidas wholesale sales teams worldwide. The use of videos with senior executives has lent high-level backing to the training. And the use of animations has helped successfully articulate complex topics in an easy-to-understand and entertaining way. The localization into 10 languages will ensure greater adoptability of the eLearning especially in countries where English as a language of business is not very common.
Next week the who's who of the eLearning and Education technology community in Germany and surrounding countries will be in Karlsruhe for the at LearnTec 2014 conference. Jilbee will be there too. ...
We will be demoing our latest eLearning projects with plenty of videos and animations to see. We will also be releasing two new case studies from projects we concluded recently with clients in Germany.
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