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Training for a Zero Harm Mindset

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How to train staff to adopt a Zero-harm mind-set in high risk environments, such as mining.

You will explore innovative, creative ways to embed a culture of zero harm in high-risk workplaces by using digital tools and technologies such as augmented reality, virtual reality or gamification.

Co-create the future of training together with us!

Help us solve the challenge of creating digital learning solutions to train for a zero-harm mindset. Join our DigiEduHack to connect with other students, researchers, professionals, innovators and entrepreneurs to co-create the future of education. Turn your vision into reality and showcase your solutions on a European and global scale to be in with a chance to win €5000. Experts and mentors will support your team during the hackathon in finding the best solutions to the challenges.

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How to prepare for the challenge?

Check out these eLearning courses to prepare for DigiEduhack! https://learning.climate-kic.org/en/programmes-and-courses/digieduhack .After completing the courses, you'll be able to:Discuss how digital transformation is affecting education, Know more about the key challenges associated with the future of education in a digital age, Select and apply tools and techniques for idea generation and development, Plan, prepare and pitch your ideas for tackling digital education challenges.

Why is it important to find a solution to this challenge?

Zero harm can be focused on the health and safety of employees but also broadened to include ensuring activities are not harmful to the environment or community.

What is the possible impact of a good solution?

Engendering a zero harm mindset in a high risk environment should aid in the reduction of work place accidents making it safer for the employees and our planet.

What is the expected outcome of this challenge?

Your ideas will be used to create digital learning solutions for the workplace that will help employees adopt a zero-harm mindset in high-risk environments, such as mining. The solutions may be implemented as induction, CPD or management training. Each team is expected to create a prototype of their solution – game/app/training tool at the end of the hackathon. Prototypes can range from paper designs/user flows to physical or software mock ups.

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How to train staff to adopt a Zero-harm mind-set in high risk environments, such as mining.

Dublin - TCD DigitalEduHack

You will explore innovative, creative ways to embed a culture of zero harm in high-risk workplaces by using digital tools and technologies such as augmented reality, virtual reality or gamification.

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