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How can education and training processes be upheld in exceptional situations? Confronted with the pandemic-related closure of its facilities in 2020, this was the very question Bildungs- & InnovationsPortal Chemnitz (BIP) found itself facing.

The vocational school sought out a long-term, sustainable solution with a view to it becoming an integral part of the future training concept: its own online learning platform for centralized communication of news, learning assignments and tasks, as well as for virtual teaching through web conferences. Working together with chemmedia AG, the BIP online campus based on the Learning Management System Knowledgeworker Share was implemented within just ten weeks.

 
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Judith Richter

Judith Richter

Owner and Head of Training

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The BIP online campus has totally overhauled our daily training routine. The platform, which uses the Knowledgeworker Share learning management system from chemmedia AG, has enabled us to create a learning platform that is easy to use and attractive. The system is robust and data-protection compliant. This means we can make the learning experience more mobile. We are particularly pleased with how closely the chemmedia AG team worked with us and their down-to-earth approach to identifying solutions for our requirements. 

 

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