Kemira is a chemical industry group that consists of three main segments: pulp & paper, municipal & industrial, and oil & mining
With their code of conduct, Kemira wanted to both engage their employees and also maximize the learning outcome by enabling their employees to understand the connection between the principles of the code and their work within the company.
We developed an eLearning course in conjunction with Kemira that uses scenarios to achieve both those aims.
“We wanted to make an eLearning course that would be fresh and different from our previous version, covering real-life scenarios for ethical decision-making.”
Director, Ethics & Compliance, Kemira
The completed eLearning course includes text, animations, a final assessment (quiz), and scenarios-based learning.
Kimmo Oksanen, AAC Global’s project manager for this case, explains more about the use of simulation in this eLearning material: “By using a scenario-based approach, we were able to cover multiple target groups with a single course.
The groups ranged from HR, through production, to leadership roles. In practice, the course includes seven different scenarios, and each user must choose two of them based on their role in the company. Within the scenarios, the users make decisions, and the scenarios proceed on the basis of those choices.”
To read more about this case, visit our website: https://www.aacglobal.com/customer-cases/kemira-oyj-elearning-course
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