Customers and partners flock to the 2019 edition of the Partner Forum

Customers and partners flock to the 2019 edition of the Partner Forum

28 March 2019 was marked by the second edition of the Partner Forum, the mobile learning event of the year organised by Teach on Mars.

More than 200 training and human resources specialists (partners and customers of Teach on Mars) came together for the evening to share their views on mobile learning, along with a wide variety of sponsors:

The evening started with a speech by Vincent Desnot, who reminded his audience of the importance of thinking outside the box when it comes to training, and of the Teach on Mars mission to offer more learning moments in order to further the advancement of individuals, communities and the planet. He then introduced the new Teach on Mars strapline: “More Learning Moments. Better Future.”
The evening continued with the 2019 Mobile Learning Awards ceremony and a speed-meeting session between partners and customers, giving them the chance to discuss solutions and best practices for deploying a mobile learning offering. To round off the evening, there was time for participants and Martians to exchange ideas over a cocktail or two.

Two Martian anniversaries

This edition was also a time for celebration, with the first anniversary of the Marketplace offer. With more than 118 titles listed and 180 hours of content, the Teach on Mars Marketplace continues to be Europe’s leading hub for mobile-first off-the-shelf training.

And the Martian team had the added bonus of blowing out another candle to celebrate the first year of the Mobile Learning FabLab. These themed workshops for users of the Teach on Mars solution have provided answers and information on best practices to support the development of multiple projects.

Some Mobile Learning FabLab stats:

  • 3 seasons
  • 37 dates
  • 218 participants
  • 139 projects supported

Team Teach on Mars would like to thank all participants and sponsors for making the evening a unique moment in time!

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The winners of the 2019 Mobile Learning Awards are…

The winners of the 2019 Mobile Learning Awards are…

For the second year running, Teach on Mars met with its customers and partners for the mobile learning event of the year. Like the 2018 edition, the evening included a Mobile Learning Awards prize-giving ceremony for the best mobile training content.

Who are the winners of the 2019 Mobile Learning Awards?

Best course in the TRENDS category
CGI FINANCE with YES ’N’ YOU and their course on “Digital marketing and the automotive industry: en route to the future!”

Best course in the EXPERTISE category
SKILLSDAY with their course on “Sales negotiations”

Best course in the SOFT SKILLS category
SKILLSDAY with their course on “Supporting change”

Best course in the CORPORATE category
TOTAL with YES ’N’ YOU, and their course on “Crisis management – 60 mins to manage a crisis!”

Best course in the CUSTOMER category
COTY LUXURY with their course on “Miu Miu Twist Eau de Parfum”

Special Favourite Prize
CARTIER and SKILLSDAY with their course on “Watchmaking essentials”

Jury Grand Prix
TOTAL with YES ’N’ YOU, and their course on “Crisis management – 60 mins to manage a crisis!”


See photos of the evening here!

The reaction on social media…

“Time for the 2019 Mobile Learning Awards in 5 different categories: “Trends”, “Expertise”, “Soft Skills”, “Corporate” and “Customer”. #tompartnerforum @TeachonMarsfr”

DLM News


“Super proud to have won the 2019 Mobile Learning Awards in the TRENDS category, thanks to Vivacadémie!! Congrats to the teams! #n1dudigital #mobilelearning” [CGI FINANCE]
“CONGRATS to @cgifinance & @YESNYOU who won the 2019 Mobile Learning Awards in the TRENDS category #mobilelearning #ToMPartnerForum # PLA19” [Teach on Mars FR]

“Here we go at the #ToMPartnerForum The key meeting of Mobile Learning specialists organised by @TeachonMarsfr Always a pleasure to attend!#MobileLearning #MLA19 #ToMPartnerForum”

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And the nominees are…

And the nominees are…

As we approach the gala evening of the Partner Forum, the Teach on Mars team unveils the list of candidates and training programmes shortlisted for the grand finale of the Mobile Learning Awards.

More than 90 training courses in the running!

After assessing more than 90 competing courses for the 2019 edition, the Editorial Committee responsible for evaluation is delighted to announce the list of nominees in each category and warmly thanks all those involved.

Trends category:

  • DIVERSITY CONSEIL: Disability, a matter for everyone
  • TOTAL with SKILLSDAY: Phishing – To click or not to click, that is the question!
  • CGI FINANCE with YES’N’YOU: Digital marketing and the automotive industry: en route to the future!

Expertise category:

  • EDINOVO: The graphic chain in 7 steps
  • LAFAAAC: Makeup Cinema Beauty for black skin
  • SKILLSDAY: Sales negotiations

Soft skills category:

  • ALENVI: How to document discussions
  • BALTHAZAR AKADEMY: Boosting your team’s creativity
  • DMM: Taking the time you don’t have
  • SKILLSDAY: How to create agile change

Corporate category:

  • READY FOR TAKEOFF for DIOR: The e-reputation of a brand
  • SAINT-GOBAIN with ART TIPS: Saint-Gobain’s Story
  • SKILLSDAY for CARTIER: Watchmaking Essentials
  • YES’N’YOU for TOTAL: Crisis management – 60 mins to manage a crisis!

Customer category:

  • CARTIER: Santos The Watch
  • CGI FINANCE: The funding lead
  • COTY LUXURY: Miu Miu Twist Eau de Parfum

Who are our winners from the 2019 shortlist?

The Teach on Mars team invites customers and partners to Le Village by CA on 28 March to discover the lucky winners at our awards ceremony. This gala event will also be an opportunity to talk to the different mobile learning stakeholders in the Teach on Mars ecosystem in an inspiring and friendly atmosphere

Not yet registered? There’s still time to let us know you would like to attend here.

The 2019 Solutions RH show: this year’s edition to focus on mobile learning with Teach on Mars

The 2019 Solutions RH show: this year’s edition to focus on mobile learning with Teach on Mars

The 25th edition of Solutions RH, a key event for HR experts, will take place from 19 to 21 March 2019 at the Palais des Expositions in Paris.

Connecting solutions to needs

At Teach on Mars, we’re sticking to a tried and tested formula… For the fourth year in a row, the Martians will return to the Solutions RH/eLearning Expo for three days of discussions, talks and workshops on the future of Learning & Development.

On 21 March, we invite you to a special workshop: “Mobile Learning: How can we adapt training to a changing world, and reconnect solutions to needs?” which will take place in the Turner Room at 2 p.m.

How can we encourage employees to get involved and be proactive in their professional development? How can we meet their operational needs? One thing is certainly clear: in today’s world, conventional training is no longer attractive to employees because it feels out of synch with their needs and isn’t sufficiently adapted to changes in the corporate world. Companies are therefore naturally embracing mobile learning, as it more closely reflects the daily habits of their employees, and turns the smartphone into an essential tool for supporting their employability.

Leading specialists Sébastien Lasarte, Customer Solution Manager at Teach on Mars, and Anne Saez, Training Manager at Axa, will share with you their substantive experience working with these new learning approaches, along with valuable insights on what’s good to do and the things to be avoided.

Fancy going to the show? Head for Porte de Versailles, Pavilion 4.1-4.2 in Paris on 19, 20 & 21 March! Order your visitor badge here. 

Unlock the secrets of the Paris metro!

Unlock the secrets of the Paris metro!

For many Parisians, a daily commute on the metro is very much part of their everyday lives. For the month of March, Teach on Mars has created a quiz to help you learn a bit more about the Paris metro.

Mind the gap!

Which is the shortest Paris metro line? Which Paris station is the biggest in the world? Which year did the first metro line open in?

Thousands of Parisians take it every day and walk its corridors without knowing much about its past. With a hundred years of history under its belt, the Paris metro has plenty of anecdotes about its unusual stations, traveller numbers and the famous names who have shaped its development over the years.

Fancy challenging your colleagues and friends to Metro Battle? Check out the Teach on Mars app on 5 March, or if you don’t yet have it, download it from the App Store or Google Play!

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