Formation Info no. 1042 – “Total Indulgence in Future Training”

Virtual reality is coming, and with it comprehensive training solutions that allow learners to prepare to face real-life situations. Recently, around 800 participants at the Learning Show, organized in Rennes by EdTech players, “explored the future of learning”. 70 speakers offered to explore aspects of augmented reality through workshops… immersive, of course.

Controllers in hand, virtual reality headsets in mind, around 800 participants in the Learning Show organized in Rennes by EdTech players on October 19 and 20, 2022 have “exploring the future of learning”. The opportunity to observe educational innovations “Putting the human at the center of the experience”. Thanks to the contribution of cognitive sciences, the coach can influence the functioning of the student’s memory to facilitate learning. The keys? Encoding, storing and retrieving information. With virtual reality, the student’s attention is focused on the content, he will go through a wide range of emotions that make it possible to record the lesson over time. Emotions are presented through play pedagogy, active pedagogy. Ways to open up to “Seeking knowledge from others” removing group bias – like negativity!

Training information n° 1042 – “Learning Show 2022: total immersion in the training of the future” – to be published on November 15, 2022

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page 2 – In the heart of the WorldSkills 2022 finals in Bordeaux

After the cancellation of their stay in Shanghai due to Covid, the events of the world final of World skills competition were distributed in 15 countries, including France. Bordeaux hosted one of these stages, from 19 to 22 October 2022. Six professions were competing: digital construction, nursing care, mobile robotics, industrial design, plastering and stone cutting (in demonstration).

page 8 – Infographic – Cegos 2022 international barometer

Cegos Group has revealed the results of its international barometer “Transformations, skills and learning”. For this 2022 edition, 4,005 employees and 377 directors or human resources managers or training managers were interviewed in July in seven countries in Europe (France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Portugal), Asia (Singapore) and Latin America (Brazil) ).

page 15 – Expertise – SMEs and SMEs: unification of the training function

Employees of small and medium enterprises have less access to training than those of large groups. However, they often perform well. What strategies do they adopt and what are their training desires? Answers with Emmanuelle Chabbert, consultant, associate researcher at the interdisciplinary laboratory for economic sociology, Cnam/CNRS. She recently published The Small Learning Company: What New Perspectives? in review Continuing education (#232).

page 16 – Know-how – Train withinclusive learning

“Immersive” training solutions are increasingly compelling. They allow students to prepare to deal with real life situations effectively.

page 17 – Case law – Using a micro-entrepreneur coach: avoiding the pitfalls of “disguised employment”

Created in 2008, the status of self-entrepreneur (today micro-entrepreneur) has spread very widely in the world of vocational training. However, it is not without risk for the body that uses it, especially that of requalifying the contractual relationship into an employment contract.

page 29 – Sectors – Training, key to the integration of workers with disabilities

As the European Week of Employment of Persons with Disabilities takes place from 14 to 22 November 2022, Afref (French Association of Training Managers) recently highlighted several initiatives, such as the solidarity restaurants Café Joyeux, EDF, Numerik or Auxilia.

page 30 – Innovation – How to develop a French metaverse strategy?

The interministerial research mission for the development of the metaverse has presented its report. The variety of immersive technologies and the slow and complex emergence of “web3” hinder writing a strategy. If France is present in all the technological bricks in question, it is presented in a distributed manner and would benefit from the federation of an ecosystem.

page 32 – Strategy – Make sport a professionally adaptable degree

The Agency for Education through Sport is developing the first school for inclusion through sport in Garges-lès-Gonesse, in the Paris region. The objective: to multiply a system that has proven itself.

page 34 – Interview – Jean-Philippe Rennard: “Company universities must play the role of catalyst for internal skills”

Corporate universities are not just learning structures cORPORATE, they aim to unite employees around the brand and corporate culture, explains Jean-Philippe Rennard, director of the GEM Paris campus at the Grenoble School of Management. They promote the exchange and sharing of knowledge. In France, their activity is mainly related to management, but things are changing.

page 36 – Seen elsewhere – Compass Inclusive: sharing expertise in professional support for people with disabilities

With the European project “Compass Inclusive”, the skills assessment center in Nancy shares its expertise in terms of accessibility with Hungary, Germany and Slovakia.

page 39 – Itinerary – Carine Poignant, Attitude SI project manager

Carine Poignant has had several professional lives. A computer technician, she trained as a nursing assistant after following her husband to Nantes. Back in Toulouse, she went back to IT from the ground up and then pushed up to bac+5 on a work study basis.

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