Given the current health crisis, the French government has offered to fund training for employee skills development.
ÏDKIDS is taking advantage of the opportunity!
A total of 180 employees from the ÏDKIDS head office will be taking a fully digital training course in May.
Each employee could choose from a list of six courses to address:
The courses are focused on project management, leading change, digital technology in in-store customer relations, design thinking and staff development (self-confidence and assertiveness).
All of these courses are fully digital and alternate between:
They are set up as intra-company classes (only employees from the group, so shared topics can be discussed) and supported by an instructor from a training organisation (who challenges trainees, answers questions and corrects exercises).
The training team got everything ready in record time to find a training organisation,
let employees choose a course and submit the funding request.
Employees were also lightening quick to show their interest in completing these training courses, particularly during a videoconference held to discuss the training options.
This is a unique situation that offers an incredible opportunity: many employees can receive training during a short period of time when everyone’s usual duties are limited.
Well done to everyone who was involved and a special thanks to the training team for setting it all up!