Follow the online presentation including the pitches of the companies.
Online Presentation "E-Learning for India"
On 6 August 2020, five German training providers presented their digital learning solutions live to an audience of potential business partners from Indian industry and training institutions. 74 participants had registered for the event.
Markus von Rheinbaben from Advanced Training Technologies (ATT) presented e-learning and digital training solutions for service technicians from the mining, agriculture and construction sector with a focus on hydraulics, CAN-Bus and drive systems.
Roland Knitschky from the German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA) presented digital course offers especially for engineers in the field of sewer construction, maintenance and rehabilitation.
Helmut Höffgen from LD DIDACTIC introduced an integrated solution including a management software for experiments, equipment and interactive manuals, which works for the use in labs as well as for simulated experiments in the field of distance learning.
Manolita Wiehl from Renewables Academy (RENAC) informed about various e-learning solutions on sustainable energy and energy efficiency, which have already been successfully conducted in India.
Boris Groth and Julian Gajo from SGM Solutions & Global Media presented possible ways to effectively implement e-learning and blended learning solutions and offered insights into their work with the help of success stories.
Pitches and Questions
The panelists presented their training offers as 10-minute pitches and answered questions from the audience immediately after their presentations. They concentrated on their experiences with Indian partners and Indian training demands and also used short videos and demonstrated live the functions of their learning platforms.
iMOVE organised, realised and moderated the 90-minute event which was conducted in English and was broadcast via GoToWebinar. During the presentations, the audience could pose question online and also request the contact data of the panelists, which were in high demand.
A final survey of the participants showed that more than half of them considered the presentations interesting and useful. More than 40 per cent held the opinion that the presented information might be of interest for them in the future.