The International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC) published a detailed case study of Alelo’s AI-driven rapid skilling solution. The featured case study is part of the iJAC series highlighting 2021 International E-Learning Awards (IELA) winners. Alelo’s Enskill® for corporate employees took 2nd place in the competition’s Business Division.
The case study looks at how Alelo’s rapid skilling technology helped fill an urgent need for public workers during the pandemic. Displaced workers from the pandemic trained with artificial intelligence avatars to learn vital patient skills needed to become a Community Health Worker. Workers were trained in just eight weeks, less than half the time of conventional skilling methods, and learned vital on-the-job skills through interactions with avatars who simulated patients. The case study outlines the training methods, the training results, and the placement of trainees into jobs.
Alelo’s program featured in the iJAC case study and winner of the IELA was originally created for the $5M XPRIZE Rapid Reskilling competition. Sponsored by New Profit and through the Future of Work Grand Challenge, the competition aims to make a transformative change in the job training ecosystem by rapidly training displaced workers, placing them in jobs, and ensuring their retention. Alelo is competing as a Semifinalist in XPRIZE Rapid Reskilling which concludes in January of 2023.
iJAC is an interdisciplinary journal focusing on the exchange of relevant trends and research in advanced corporate learning. Content published in iJAC is original and peer-reviewed.
Alelo is a world leader in AI-driven avatar-based learning and has been advancing the technology since spinning out of the University of Southern California in 2006.