Training for Manufacturing Sector
The manufacturing industry is constantly changing and evolving due to irregularities in global, economic, and policy decisions. The recent Coronavirus outbreak has not just claimed millions of lives but has also raised concern and economic hardships for businesses globally. One of the worst-hit segments is the manufacturing sector with productions getting halted, factories shutting down, rising demand for only essentials and changing consumer buying preferences.
The current global meltdown due to the pandemic is causing a need for acceleration and hence the need for digital transformation is now more than ever. Today every organization needs to get digitized and adopt learning and development for the workforce of the manufacturing industry to help them rebound in a post COVID world. Manufacturers face difficulties in transforming themselves digitally and developing themselves due to a lot of reasons, and one of the most important of them is difficulty in upskilling the entire workforce. Digital transformation will drive crucial improvements in how the manufacturing sector functions and betters the manufacturing process. Adopting digital learning will bring about a change and influence everything from workers, high-ranking employees, goods, services and procedures.
Challenges faced by the manufacturing sector in implementing learning and development:
- Expensive training
- Chaotic and unorganized training
- Lack of scalability
- Literacy level and learning mindset
Along with the above challenges, organizations are uncertain whether each employee received the same quality of training or registered the same information. On the other hand, online courses don’t require special locations or training schedules. This makes it easier to conduct learning and development sessions. Conventional classroom learning is not the best approach in terms of costs, effectiveness, and scalability. This has become more relatable as physical attendance is now not possible due to social distancing and other restrictions. Learning and development in the manufacturing sector can be easier with curated content and pass it to the workers and employees. Rather than investing a lot of time and financial resources, employees can be given regular training to hone their skills over some time and apply it simultaneously in the administrative functions. In such a scenario, the adoption of the latest technologies like eLearning is helpful for the development of the manufacturing sector.
Why Brihha in Manufacturing Sector?
Brihha LMS for Manufacturing industry delivers an end-to-end customized digital learning solution with an aim to create a positive impact in the manufacturing industry with their learning and development services. Digital learning is an intricate process that is built with several components that include learning, architecting, content digitization and optimization, online delivery app and learning adoption. L&D professionals in the manufacturing institutions can upgrade their personnel’s, and workforce’s skills like interpersonal communication, production, marketing, sales, customer service etc.
Brihha’s AR/VR Studio allows the usage of immersive technologies which are crucial in improving the effectiveness of training programs for the blue-collar workers in the manufacturing industry. Such technologies are an integral part of maintaining and improving agility by increasing the effectiveness of manufacturing training software.