The h&z Academy offers companies a comprehensive portfolio of modular learning formats: from digitally supported training needs analysis to dialogue-oriented face-to-face formats and intelligent e-learning tools all the way to intuitive / creative elements.
Digital learning formats are becoming increasingly important, as they offer companies a high degree of flexibility while being efficient and scalable at the same time. Yet despite all didactic progress in the area of e-learning, while some learning processes can be implemented very well, there is limited potential for digitalization, because people (still) prefer to learn from and with other people. Important components of the qualification mix of a learning organization are therefore:
- Face-to-face formats
- Dialogue-oriented, play-based methods
- Intelligent e-learning applications
- Web-based analysis tools
Blended learning – a sustainable mix of learning formats
Business models, value-added processes and forms of cooperation are undergoing continuous change, constantly requiring new competencies and up-to-date methodological knowledge. Challenges such as “Agile Leadership,” “Work 4.0,” and the increasing scarcity of bearers of competence in future generations make efficient corporate learning a C-suite topic. Today, boards and company leadership request from personnel developers that quantification measures and further education must be based on business need above all. It should be possible to prove the success and benefit of educational measures at all times. This includes high-performing, quick qualification processes including:
- Competence analyses,
- qualification concepts, and
- training courses and further education.
Blended learning – analog and digital
Blended Learning or integrated learning combines the advantages of digital learning with personal communication in classical face-to-face formats. To that end, we combine analog and digital approaches, methods and media as needed and use the most suitable learning method. This offers students a diverse range of elements and methods.
Our learning systems are tailored to our clients. They allow companies from all industries to roll out modular, scalable training programs with a mix of learning formats worldwide in an efficient and sustainable manner. Relevant knowledge can be imparted as needed at any time and location in short sequences, using
- virtual lessons,
- eCase Studies, and
- innovative video courses.
Our experts impart client-specific know-how and applicable knowledge directly related to the client’s individual work, thus enabling an effective knowledge transfer.
The specific combination of functionally coordinated and individually adapted face-to-face and digital elements not only makes learning more attractive, but significantly increases the sustainable effect of the learning Contents.
Gamification significantly increases learning motivation
Between the ages of 20 and 30, humans have already crossed the peak of their learning and retaining abilities. That makes the concept of “lifelong learning” for adults all the more challenging.
Already at a young age, people learn best via “playful” and fun elements. With increasing age, more varied incentives are required for successful learning, since it is mostly motivational problems that hamper the ability of employees to learn.
In this case, however, playing does not mean random amusement, but the use of
- intuitive potentials,
- creative potentials, and
- emotional potentials.
Offers that are as intelligent as they are challenging succeed in capturing and maintaining the curiosity, stamina and playful instinct of students, leading to clearly faster and more sustainable learning success.