Using material provided by our customers as well as original content we create laptop based e-learning modules with high levels of animation and interaction. All creative material used (illustrations, voice overs, animations) are from 21CCknow more
Following our customers’ eyeballs we have ported much of our content to mobile devices. Creating content for mobile requires a fundamental approach in terms of illustrations and storyboards. The 21CC team is more than up to the task!know more
One of the best ways to serve up compelling content, for learners of all ages, is to gamify it. By placing learners at the centre of the activity and having them influence the outcome of a learning module masquerading as a game, learning is really internalized.know more
The dynamic and sometimes unpredictable nature of the logistics industry is truly addictive. 21CC produces content for all modes of transport (air, ocean and road) and all kinds of cargo.
In what is probably the most demanding industry from a customer service point of view, training and keeping right people in the hospitality industry is key. 21CC has developed an extensive program to train new and existing employees for all the hotels in the MINT Hospitality franchise.
The same 21CC App that delivers mobile content in logistics, is now also used in Africa to help local farmers make better decisions when it comes to savings, weed quality, crop produce and follow-up investments.
21CC created more than twenty modules focusing on various aspects of air cargo for WFS, the world’s largest cargo and airline handling company. More than 15,000 employees across North America use 21CC modules several times a year.
DB Schenker in India launched a comprehensive program to up-skill their brightest operations managers across India. Apart from participating in face to face leadership sessions 21CC developed four e-learning modules for subjects such as business acumen, technology, people management and soft skills.
Mint Hospitality is a fast expanding hotel management company in India. Mint takes over the full management of existing properties, introducing its management methods. Part of this approach is the training of hotel staff in all aspects of room, bathroom and common area cleaning, as well as in developing client facing skills.
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