Welten: Adapting to levels in learners
Due to the worldwide financial crisis, the Dutch government nailed down more regulations on financial institutes. One of these regulations denotes that permanent education is required. So 270,000 highly diverse people with different backgrounds and expertise must prove that they meet these new criteria. How do you train such a huge and heterogeneous group in an effective and engaging way? One of the required courses is the Act on Financial Supervision base course.
Welten, a Dutch training agency, offers this course through an e-learning module. Because everyone enters this course at a different level, it was not possible to offer the same course to every learner. That’s why Welten decided to work together with us, to make it possible to let courses automatically adjust to individual learners.