Addressing training needs at the bottom of the pyramid through technology

July 19, 2012 - 3 minutes read
A large portion of India's population lives within very limited resources. There is hardly enough for them to survive from day to day. Most of the people in India have very little formal education, which can have it's own benefits, but can hamper one's ability in many cases. In addition India being an agrarian economy is heavily dependent on rains, which can always be unpredictable. It almost seems like India, as a country runs on auto-pilot without much conscious thought given to what is actually happening.
All this does not mean that a farmer, a construction worker, a factory worker and many such workers in India are not capable. They are equally capable of doing great things, as any other formally educated person. What the workers need is a bit of training, to help them think and act better, so that they feel more in control of their actions, and can act more responsibly. And the benefits of such trainings can be enormous. Not only for India, but for your organization as well. It will lead to much lesser wastage, more efficient use of time, and a much smoother operation.
We at Wise Cells have developed solutions specifically targeted to this segment of workers. These solutions employ cost-effective technology and train workers in a few critical processes within a workplace.
Process training Simulations
We develop simulation based solutions to train workers. Simulation will mimic a process, and record how a person would go about doing it, as if it was a real life situation.
Simulations help learning in 2 ways: they are interactive, and they are intelligent. Unlike a textbook, simulation is alive. A person can interact with a simulation in his own personal way, feed inputs which he thinks are right, which is helpful because it help him discover what will be his reaction in an unpredictable situation. This discovery will be useful in his everyday functions.
Next, simulations are intelligent. They can adjust the situation as per the person's capability. So if a person is more suited for a job, he will respond in a much more smarter way. This enables the person to learn at his own pace. Though it may seem that one-course-fits-all approach is faster, but simulations ensure that people learn by doing, and this way of learning runs much deeper than the one-course-fits-all approach.
Finally, we technology that will fit your budget. Training people is expensive. Simulations ensure that you are using the best available methods and technology to train your workforce.
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