At Prayon, Phosphorus chemistry is at the core of everyting they do. Their focus lies in the advancement of streamlined processes, safeguarding precious resources, and nurturing a thriving circular economy.
Prayon’s ambition was to implement an active learning culture within the company. To achieve this, they wanted to set up a user-friendly learning management solution that could be used by all Prayon employees.
ZEN BEST PRACTICES
At Amista, we find it crucial to start a project by developing a clear learning strategy. Over the years, Amista has developed its own model for setting up learning projects and implementing learning management systems, being the ZEN Best Practices. Our model has the following features:
The ZEN Best Practices start from the ADDIE model as the basis for implementing a learning management system.
This model consists of several phases that are completed chronologically and where each step produces a result that feeds the next step. At the same time, ADDIE allows flexibility in improving the process. Each phase consists of the components that are necessary for the successful implementation of the Learning Management Solution.
We planned several workshops and follow-up meetings with the Prayon project team to gather, discuss and present information.
In this phase, we focused on defining important components of the platform:
Meanwhile, Amista’s technical team devised the technical integrations with internal and external suppliers.
In this phase, the learning management system was set up. We configured Litmos according to the agreements made.
Content around cybersecurity was integrated into Litmos in different languages. The various learning modules, courses, learning paths and collections were made available for an initial testing phase.
The technical team took care of integration with the contracting authority’s SSO.
During the implementation phase, we continued to set up the productive system, including the content.
Prayon organized several test waves in which the functionalities of the platform were extensively tested by Prayon’s key users.
Finally, the users and SSO had been activated and the necessary onboarding communication was automatically sent out via the learning platform to all employees.
As soon as the platform was ‘live’, it was important to monitor whether the platform is being used by the end users.
In Litmos, there are standard reports that allow (internal/external) users to be tracked, step by step in their learning journey.
In addition, this also brings insights into which content is more relevant than others. It is then up to Prayon’s training coordinator to intervene where necessary.
To help Prayon with the monitoring, Amista has developed a weekly custom report depending on the needs of Prayon. Next to that, a standard survey can be used to collect the feedback of the end-users about the platform.
The collaboration with Amista was very smooth and we appreciated their proactivity in helping us solve issues with the implementation of our LMS.
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