InnovPLUS November 2020

 
InnovPLUS, organised by iN.LAB and run twice a year, is a competitive learning innovation challenge which awards a prototyping grant of up to $200,000 to winning organisations to develop an innovative, feasible and scalable prototype that advances CET practice and outcomes. For past highlights, please click here
 
Please click the buttons below 👇 to download all the relevant documents for you to participate in this coming November 2020 InnovPlus Challenge.
 

 

Challenge Statements

  • CS #01

    Organisation Pseudonym

    Escape Master

    We are a corporate escape room seeking a digitised escape room solution to enable the swift and efficient development of company specific skills training. The solution will help adult participants learn or teach specific skills in a dynamic and motivating environment.

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  • CS #02

    Organisation Pseudonym

    AB Hospital

    We are a public hospital seeking a learning solution to translate the theory-based knowledge of pressure injuries into practical skills for nurses through lifelike experience in a simulated environment. The solution would also serve as a platform where new best practices related to pressure injuries are accessible by nurses at their own time and place. We envisage that the solution would enhance the users' learning experiences with better retention of pressure injury related knowledge that could be translated to better quality of care rendered to patients, leading to improvement of patient outcomes.

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  • CS #03

    Organisation Pseudonym

    Isle Oasis in the City

    We are a luxury hotel property in the Marina Bay District seeking a learning solution to aid in the cross training of staff so as to develop a deeper talent resource pool for cross deployment during critical periods in the hotel operations.

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  • CS #04

    Organisation Pseudonym

    Herohippo

    We are payment technology and merchant service company seeking a learning solution to enhance the skills training and competency assessment of payment solution executives. We envisage that the solution would enhance the proper KYC (Know Your Customer) and AML (Anti Money Laundering) procedures are followed with simulations of screening, approving, on-boarding and implementing merchants' digital payment gateway. This will be in compliance with the MAS requirements.

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  • CS #05

    Organisation Pseudonym

    IDEA

    We are a HR consulting services company seeking a learning solution that would support data driven skills assessment to shape continuous coaching to help both internal staff of organisations as well as individuals in job transitions and seeking to pivot in a post-COVID 19 world.

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  • CS #06

    Organisation Pseudonym

    Academic Medical Centre

    We are a tertiary academic medical centre seeking an adaptive learning solution to teach multi-professional teams best practices for safe guarding against and minimising medication errors, which may happen at any of the many touchpoints in patient treatment throughout the hospital. The solution must allow real-time and personalised assessment and feedback to multi-professional collaborative teams.

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  • CS #07

    Organisation Pseudonym

    Population Health

    We are a hospital of Singapore’s Public Healthcare System seeking a learning solution to increase awareness and understanding of active aging amongst community and employees. We envisage the solution to be highly personalised, predictive and engaging.

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