Case Study: A digital learning platform for an entire industry using the example of the textile industry
How skilled workers can be trained via a learning platform and across companies
The Saxon State Ministry of Economics, Labor and Transport was looking for a sustainable solution to strengthen the competitiveness of the Saxon textile industry. The skilled labor situation is tense. It is not possible for most companies to maintain operations without non-specialized personnel. However, skilled personnel must first be trained and further educated in line with demand.
For this reason, the free digital learning platform textil trainer was launched to strengthen the training and further education of skilled workers. To this end, high-quality educational content was created, a digital learning platform was set up and made available to both learners and companies free of charge. Already 4,000 learners are active on the platform and numerous companies actively use the learning platform with its 40 online courses.
Facts at a glance
You will find these answers in the Case Study
- How could such a project be managed?
- Who took on which responsibilities?
- Which strategies and tools were used?
- Into which phases was the project divided?
- What conclusions could be drawn from the project?
Strengthening the education and training of skilled workers in the Saxon textile industry.
The project is aimed at two core target groups. The free offer is aimed at all companies in the textile industry and enables them to train their own employees. In addition, they are to be won over as suppliers of specialist knowledge. The end consumers are the learners themselves. These are trainees and students in the textile industry as well as career changers and employees in textile companies.
Duration of implementation:
Knowledgeworker Create, Knowledgeworker Share