Discover how AXA Climate School has helped over 4M employees tackle climate change
At SafetyCulture’s Beyond event, AXA Climate shares how they’ve successfully helped 50 businesses and over 4 million employees transition to sustainability with the Climate School.
On a mission to help businesses around the world make the shift towards sustainability, AXA Climate needed a training platform to scale their valuable content to millions of employees around the world.
Here’s how AXA Climate has rolled out its Climate School in over 50 organizations and 4M+ employees worldwide.
The Climate School is made up of over 150+ completely customizable microlearning lessons on EdApp. Every time a new organization signs up, it gets an account prepopulated with user groups and courses specific to that user group’s business needs and functions. So from the get-go training is going into the right hands of those who need it.
With such an extensive library to choose from and lessons for each job function, AXA Climate creates a completely customizable program for each company. Companies that have signed up include Accor, PWC, Microsoft, JLL, Marsh McLennan, Schneider Electric, Heineken and Ubisoft.
AXA Climate knew that for organizations to mobilize their employees, the training needed to be presented so that customers want to consume content. EdApp’s microlessons allow The Climate School to deliver its content in an easy-to-understand, bite-sized format, imitating the way most people learn in their lives outside of work.
A lot of the organizations rolling out AXA Climate’s program are global. English isn’t always the first language of their employees. EdApp’s AI translation means that AXA Climate can roll out its program in 109 languages.
So if organization needs a course in 9 different languages, that’s exactly what they’ll get.
EdApp helps AXA Climate empower millions of people with tangible steps they can take to tackle climate change adaptation.
The program has already seen success in businesses where it’s been rolled out, with 97 percent of users confirming they have learnt something “new and useful”.