Thales Training for the Future Challenge
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Closed

19-25

Thales is looking to maintain its position at the forefront of the training market. To help them achieve this we are looking to you to undertake a short study that looks at the key technological and social trends and their likely impact on how training will be delivered in 5, 10 and 20 years from now.

Challenge details


Background

With operations in 50 countries and 68,000 employees, Thales is a world leader in mission-critical information systems for defence and security, aerospace and transportation.

Additionally Thales maintains a strong presence in the training market. This area is rich in technology and Thales is understandably proud of its high-end synthetic training capability built on a flight simulation heritage that stretches back almost to the beginning of flight!

 

The Challenge

Thales is looking to maintain its position at the forefront of the training market. To help them achieve this we are looking to you to undertake a short study that looks at the key technological and social trends and their likely impact on how training will be delivered in 5, 10 and 20 years from now.

We'd like you to focus around how we might adapt these technologies or trends to our advantage as a training design and delivery organisation in a range of exciting, innovative and stimulating training programmes.

 

Suggested Ways to Complete the Challenge

If upon graduation from University you are looking to work for an organisation such as Thales, perhaps you could consider what would grab your attention in a training session.

Is there an element of your University lectures or seminars that stick in your mind as an effective engaging method of transferring information?

Have you sat in a training session or lecture and thought I’d involve such an idea or bring in this method of delivery – the key to this Challenge is to be innovative, we want to hear how you think training will be delivered in the future so that we can work with you on getting to that point today.

 

Ways to Respond

To submit your response, you can choose any format of your choice.

You have the option to pitch your idea in a Word document or you could produce a PowerPoint presentation. If you have an artistic flair, you can use visual-based programmes to illustrate your idea. You can use Photoshop for image editing, Flash if you are familiar with animation, PowerPoint for presentation, it is entirely up to you.

Your Challenge Response can be as short or as long as you like.

The Prizes


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