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In addition to the infrastructure, the Viennese educational institute also provides integrated e-learning content.


Vienna. The BFI Vienna supports the St. Anna Children’s Hospital in keeping the workforce on the cutting edge of knowledge and has implemented a tailor-made learning management system for professionally prepared learning content as well as providing support with the digitization of teaching content.
Barbara Hahn, Managing Director and Nursing Director of the St. Anna Children’s Hospital: “We apply the same quality standards to the subject of personnel development as we do to the medical and psychosocial care of the children and adolescents entrusted to us.” In this regard, the company has been well positioned in the past. In addition to the established classroom training program, St. Anna was looking for an efficient, centrally controlled management of all in-house e-learning processes.
“With the BFI Vienna we have an experienced partner at our side who was able to offer us an all-round carefree package.” The BFI Vienna not only took over the technical installation and hosting of the system, but also the training of key users and the creation of integrated e-learning content. “This means we can concentrate fully on our core competencies,” said Hahn.

The heart of the digital learning environment, which has been custom-made for St. Anna, is the open source system moodle. Franz-Josef Lackinger, Managing Director of BFI Vienna: “The internationally renowned learning platform impresses with its user-friendliness, flexibility in design and scalability – the ideal basis for providing your own workforce with professional e-learning content at an excellent price-performance ratio . ”


Digital employee training on the rise


In general, the BFI Vienna boss sees the topic of “digital, internal employee training” not just since Corona on the rise: “In professional training, digital learning formats have been in use for a long time.” From short videos on security-related topics to extensive personnel development programs – there are now digital learning opportunities for almost every area. “As a generalist, we have the advantage of being able to offer cross-sector specialist know-how in a wide range of content and to respond very individually to company requirements. Both in classroom training, but of course also in digital form, ”says Lackinger.

Last but not least, the increased home office share in recent months has given the acceptance of digital learning another massive boost. Lackinger: “Learning anywhere and at any time allows you to work on your own qualifications even in a busy day-to-day work.” For employers, besides efficient and documentable knowledge transfer, a tailor-made digital learning environment also offers measurable learning success – “and thus not only the security that compulsory training has been completed, but a competitive advantage thanks to an optimally trained workforce,” concluded Lackinger.