Track and qualify skills based on practical experience
Daylindo is an advanced SAAS solution designed for organisations to process and assess learners upskilling
into day-to-day workflows.
They trust us
We support those who develop and qualify learner skills
through practice in daily work activities
Upskilling, OJT, operational coaching…
Apprenticeship, VET, work placement…
Vocational training, professional inclusion…
Daylindo lets you harness skills qualified
by the reality of field experience
Improve and qualify learner skills by integrating experiential dimension into the learning process
Ensure learners have the skill level to meet the challenges of performance and employability
Recognize the development of skills on a day-to-day basis to put employees on a path of success within the company
How does it work?
Effective deployment of skill frameworks managed at scale
Build the competency frameworks and operational standards to be mastered by learners
Assess and monitor the skill level achieved by your learners
Track and trace skills proven by learners in the field
Get feedback on your learners proven skills in the field
integrated into day-to-day workflows
proof points and skills assessment
at users fingertip
Daylindo is a SAAS Solution to organize, monitor and track experience-based skills development.
Daylindo manages the operational and triangular interactions between the learner, the trainer and the operational manager in a coherent process.
Daylindo allows for a very granular and modular skills referential management to facilitate contextualization and layered skills management.
Daylindo is a complete and flexible solution, in the hands of client organisation, allowing the “pedagogy”, the follow-up process and the animation of learners to be adapted to each context.
Daylindo is available on mobile/tablet and on PC to facilitate it’s use in the field and it’s rapid deployment.
Our product is based on recognized principles for effective skills development
A Clear view of what has to be achieved
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