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4th October 2018, Leamington Spa

Bespoke learning technology from Redware

Josh Bunyan. © RedwareRedware is an associate sponsor of the Automotive Engineering Forum at Advanced Engineering 2018, which takes place from 31 October to 1 November in Birmingham, UK.

As part of the event, Redware’s business development manager Josh Bunyan will be exploring how industry disruption will affect the skills needs of automotive organisations across the value chain.

“As a company whose mission is to improve learning within automotive organisations, at Redware we believe it’s important to contribute to knowledge-sharing across the automotive industry,” he said. “We are therefore delighted to announce our sponsorship of this year’s Automotive Engineering Forum.”

Members of the Redware team will be available throughout the event to discuss how the rapidly-changing automotive environment will impact on skills strategies in the coming years, and to explore how learning technology could help organisations rise to the challenges presented by industry disruption.

Redware has 19 years’ experience of developing bespoke learning technology for the automotive industry and can provide a free no-obligation consultation at the event to discuss how technology can better support learning strategies.

Learning technology can improve business outcomes in respect of improving productivity and increasing revenue. One of its key advantages is the ability to report on training interventions and incorporate this data into wider business reports to provide a more comprehensive view of your organisation’s performance.

Redware, based in Leamington Spa, UK, says its customers have measured improvements including a 77% reduction in the time to competence for technicians, an 18% reduction in staff turnover and a 64% increase in learner engagement. Organisations who report measurable improvements from learning innovation see an average 13% improvement in productivity, 19% increase in staff satisfaction and motivation, and 7% increase in revenue.

Learning innovation is also shown to improve agility – a vital organisational skill in the rapidly-changing automotive industry. For organisations to embrace disruption and create opportunities from change, the rate of learning within the organisation must be faster than the rate of change.

To find out more, speak to the Redware team at the Automotive Engineering Forum at Advanced Engineering from 31 October to 1 November 2018.

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