In 2024, Schubert is expanding its training program with a recently developed digital learning platform on which it will be launching content specially tailored for machine operators.
Sarah Busch, Head of Customer Trainings at Gerhard Schubert, explains: “We aim to provide our customers with all the professional support they need to get the most out of their packaging lines. With this in mind, we are increasing our investment in new training concepts – with a mix of traditional and digital learning content.” The new digital learning platform is called Schubert Learning Space. The packaging machine manufacturer is currently testing its preliminary content in collaboration with customers and will be introducing it in 2024. It will feature interactive courses aimed at customers’ specialists as well as Schubert’s own employees.
Schubert will also be offering comprehensive learning modules specifically for machine operators. Especially in this area, it is challenging for manufacturing companies to hire, train and retain good employees. The very diverse levels of technical expertise and language skills represent one of the most common obstacles. “This is why we are developing a learning concept with pre-produced, highly accessible content – i.e. with plenty of images, animations and videos that can be understood with as little language as possible,” reports Sarah Busch. This content will be available on demand and can be activated by the production heads themselves for staff training as needed. “Our customers will benefit from flexibility and autonomy when it comes to training their staff,” adds Busch.
Photo: Following the opening of its large training center a year ago, Schubert is extending its range of training courses with new concepts.
Source: Gerhard Schubert