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1 Indo- German Cooperation: Rural Financial Institution Programme India (RFIP)

2 We hearty welcome the participants to the e-Learning Workshop Academy of German Cooperatives 17. March 2010 at Montabaur Castle

3 Agenda for the day: 1.General overview on a comprehensive e-learning system 2.E-learning within the cooperative training system 3.Workshop on e-learning scenarios (part I) 4.Workshop on e-learning scenarios (part II)

4 Company Presentation of Uhlberg Advisory

5 Who We Are  International consulting company  Operating worldwide  Headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany  Developing management solutions & systems in e- learning, ERP systems, e-government

6 Philosophy  We work strictly to the client‘s needs  We employ exclusively top professional staffs  We respect regional and local needs and habits  We deliver sustainable results

7 Our Main Services  Development of TA and complex IT solution projects in the fields of education and business process development  Implementation of projects  Carrying out of studies  Making procurement specifications for various public procurement procedures  Running our own online academy  Producing and localizing training content

8 Regions  Western Europe (Germany, Belgium)  Balkans (Croatia, BiH, Albania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania)  Baltic States (Latvia, Lithuania)  Russian Federation  Southern Caucasus (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia)  Mediterranean (Turkey)  Middle East (Jordan, Lebanon)  Far East (India)

9 Major References  Developing an e-business portal offering business support services for Romanian SMEs (incl. an e-learning solution)  Best-practice Study : “E-Government in service to the taxpayers: developing and enlarging on-line administrative services”. The study covers 17 EU countries  e-Business project to design and set up of three e-content factories and three e-universities in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia at the same time  Higher Education project developing and implementing a MIS for all ten public Jordanian Universities with a procurement budget of 15 Mio. €  Carrying out the procurement services for 150 VET schools ( est. 30 M€)  Carrying out a feasibility study for a system of 17 e-learning centres

10 Mr. Egon Fleischer – Trainer Profile  Aged 47, economist, worked in 25 countries until present  Has worked as team leader, project director, and e-learning expert in international consulting projects  Has extensive familiarity with designing and leading publicly financed projects, worldwide  Has experience as manager and expert field of e-business, VET, SME and cross-cutting issues as M&E

11 What is e-learning good for?

12 Easy access – E-learning is the perfect answer to busy schedules, packed classrooms and increased travel: it provides comfortable access to training for students and thus solves logistic problems. Higher productivity – Because e-learning can happen anywhere, participants no longer need to be removed from the workplace to update their skills. They can continue to perform the daily duties of their position without missing out on training. Learning on demand – E-learning is more than training, it enables “knowledge on demand”. It provides access to just-in-time information directly from an employee’s workplace, just when it is needed. In addition, students can review learning materials at any time if they need a refresher on a specific subject.

13 Measurable results – Worldwide research has shown that training via online learning results in similar, if not better, learning outcomes. A learning management system (LMS) makes the administration, tracking, testing and certification of online learning a smooth process. Cost savings – Important amounts of money can be saved in travel- and downtime alone by using e-learning. Training materials can be updated for a fraction of the cost of revising materials distributed by other means. Time savings – Time sensitive training can be delivered faster than by traditional classroom methods. By using communication technology to deliver training to multiple sites at the same time, e-learning becomes a competitive advantage, e.g. in the fields of product development or sales.

14 By which elements is an e-learning environment usually made up?

15 Aspects of e-learning

16 Building up an e-learning environment (exercise)

17 Conclusions  Conclusions  Next steps  Opinions

18 We thank you very much for your attention!

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