As an organization aiming to design a learning platform which simplifies usage and enhances the training function, we think such words coming directly from the end-users or learners is a great achievement.
We’d like to highlight that our team were impressed by the motive to train and so we changed the learner-side interface to match the local languages of the geographies where the learners are predominantly located and being trained. This includes localized learner-sides in Hindi, Marathi, Gujrati, Punjabi, and Telugu. By presenting learners with a software in their local language, we have further put the power of training and development in their own hands.
Speaking about the tool, Hardeep Desai, Senior Director – Farm Innovations at CottonConnect thinks, “The LMS tool has proven to be a very useful tool for capacity building of the GIF projects’ field team and farmers. The FFs can easily understand and learn about various agronomic aspects related to cotton crop. The training videos on the platform are also available in local languages, which makes it easy for users to understand and can also be used during farmers’ training. The tool is accessible at village level and has specially been very useful during these challenging COVID times”.
IDH and BCI are also conducting other awareness training programs like Prevention of Gender-Based Violence Training for their FFs and Ips using the Abara LMS. We think IDH and BCI are prime examples of India’s best and top-most future thinkers. They are not only an inspiration to organizations within their own industry, but also serve as a prime example to others.
It definitely marks the way ahead for other organizations to follow.
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