A Digital Learning training course to inform about the health rights established in France

A Digital Learning training course to inform about the health rights established in France

Sigma Formation and Mutualité Sud Française, in partnership with the financial endowment SOLIMUT, have requested Takoma to produce a Digital Learning training course. Its objective is to inform and raise awareness amongst the general audience about the health rights and programmes established in France. With this aim, we have used various learning methods (motion design, animation, quiz, etc.), that make the course lively and enjoyable. To ensure more awareness, the course is adapted to the learner’s current status (employee, student, job seeker) thanks to flow charts.

Digital Learning training modules for the brand CLARINS

Digital Learning training modules for the brand CLARINS

Takoma’s Cosmetics & Perfume department has been collaborating with CLARINS for a number of years on the brand’s product launches and Retail & Merchandising trainings. Our Digital Learning training modules were custom designed to be Mobile-First, gamified, and feature immersive content dedicated to beauty advisor training. This relationship of trust has led to a range of successful international and multi-platform roll outs, such as for example the launch of My CLARINS, a new range of beauty care products.

A long-term training solution for PSA Group

A long-term training solution for PSA Group

PSA Group brands are committed to eco-responsibility through the development of vehicle electrification technology.
In order to help staff and all European distribution networks manage this transition, PSA Group chose Takoma to design and produce a fully digital, long-term training solution with strong gamification elements. This digital learning course is made up of 12 short and entertaining modules. To encourage trainee involvement and facilitate knowledge acquisition, the training content incorporated videos, animations, infographics, and mini quizzes. At the half-way point of this ambitious project, distributed in 15 countries, our e-learning course had already garnered some of our most positive feedback from the 40,000 individuals who completed it.

Takoma brings Virtual Reality to school

Takoma brings Virtual Reality to school

Recently, Takoma presented their Virtual Reality application dedicated to English language learning to two primary school classes at the Year 6 level (5th grade in the USA).
The experience showcased the potential of VR technology to improve learner concentration and engagement, placing users in an immersive simulation of a London marketplace environment. The unparalleled level of immersion provided by VR notably increases listening skills, comprehension, and student interaction with the environment. Another benefit is that VR removes the fear factor, helping students rediscover the joy of learning.
Virtual Reality has once again proven itself to be an effective pedagogical tool for both adult training environments and the educational system.”

Virtual Reality module for CFA of Mallemort

Virtual Reality module for CFA of Mallemort

CFA TP of Mallemort has consulted Takoma to produce a Virtual Reality e-learning module.
Takoma produced and delivered a complete module including a 3D model of the pump, a complete configuration of a workshop and 3 practical workshops.
In addition, the module combined the essential techniques about the procedures of a hydraulic pump and activities to reinforce lasting knowledge in the learners.

VR modules for Infrastructure Circulation SNCF Réseau Rhône-Alpes

VR modules for Infrastructure Circulation SNCF Réseau Rhône-Alpes

Safety is a major concern for SNCF Réseau, who is constantly looking to keep its clients and collaborators safe. To raise awareness amongst traffic operators to incident management procedures, Infrastructure Circulation SNCF Réseau Rhône-Alpes has asked Takoma to design and produce 2 interactive training modules in virtual reality. This innovative learning method plunges the operator in its work environment, which is represented by photo and video spheres. The operator has to take action when presented with disrupted traffic situations and apply the corresponding safety procedures.