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The future of learning

Nowadays there is hardly an industry which is not being impacted by technology. Whether it’s retail, food & beverage, finance, banking, transportation and many others. But one area which stands to benefit the most is education. And nowhere was this more obvious than at the Bett 2020 conference in London.

Bett is a well-known event in the education technology landscape and brings together the global education community to celebrate, find inspiration and discuss the future of education. It is also an amazing opportunity to see how technology and innovation enable educators and learners to thrive.

It was truly eye opening to see all the ways in which technology and learning come together to improve the educational experience for both students and adults. Because in this day and age, learning doesn’t stop when you finish college. If you want to stay at the top of your game, you need to upgrade your skills continuously.

But when you run up against deadlines, meetings and your day to day business activities, it is quite challenging to pursue traditional educational alternatives. And this is not just something that is important to us as professionals.

Any company that wants to maintain a competitive edge has to make sure it offers its employees the right tools to learn new skills or improve existing ones. But these organizations face the same challenges. How do you train your people without too much disruption to your daily activities?

This is where technology comes in. Whether it’s e-learning, virtual reality, augmented reality and so on, these alternatives can complement more traditional tools and increase ROI. And we’re not just talking about the way training is done, but also about assessing development needs before implementation and after.

Here at QTeam we’re proud to be involved in several projects centered around learning.

Right now, we’re working on a training platform which uses Machine Learning, AI and data-science-driven predictive analytics. With the help of these technologies the platform we are working on can link on-the- job performance data with learning data and assess an organization’s training gaps as well as the abilities of the existing L&D delivery system.

This platform is developed using a mix of Python, Flask, Docker React, JavaScript, AWS, Lambda and ECS.

We’re really excited to be part of this educational revolution and play a role in shaping the future of learning.

If you’re looking to develop an e-learning platform or update your existing one, drop us an email and let’s talk software.