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CODIPRO Introduces an e-Learning Platform

Posted on February 24, 2015


Over the past 10 years, CODIPRO, Luxembourg's specialist of high-quality swivel lifting rings, has built an indirect global distribution network.  In order to efficiently sell these specialized products and to better meet the needs of customers, CODIPRO's trainers travel to over 300 distributors to offer basic and advanced educational courses, which are continuously being refined.

As travelling is costly and the capability of CODIPRO's field outreach team to offer face-to-face training as needed by customers is a growing necessity, the company has implemented an e-learning platform to complete its training offer. 

Released in January, this ergonomic tool, accessible via login and password on CODIPRO's website, has been approved by a multitude of trainees in Europe and South America.   As Christophe Losange, the Company Director, recalls: “In March 2012, we were the first in our sector to propose an iPhone/iPad application. When we unveiled the e-learning tool to our distributors and made it available to their teams, they were once again pleasantly surprised! The initial feedback from the trainees was also very positive!” 

Made up of 3 modules (and 3 quizzes) developed alongside the e-learning department of Technofutur, its contents are distributed evenly between videos, 3D animations, photos and illustrations in order to best capture and retain attention, with CODIPRO ensuring a regular debriefing of each training program and the adequate follow-up. 

Currently in English, the French, Spanish and German versions, at least, will follow by April. A second e-learning training program with advanced contents is already envisaged.  

CODIPRO designs and manufactures high-quality swivel lifting rings. Patented and in compliance with the most stringent safety standards, they are especially appropriate for the lifting and rotation of heavy loads. The company’s clientele is mainly made up of retailers of lifting and handling equipment, general mechanical companies, companies active in the “mould industry” (production or use of plastic/metallic injection moulds) and producers or handlers of heavy and/or voluminous machines. For more information on CODIPRO, visit www.codipro.net.