BL Institute encourages discussion and promotes synergies between Berger-Levrault experts and its network of customers, partners, companies, research organizations, politicians, journalists and start-ups. This collective-centric approach brings about the necessary pooling of knowledge and skills based on each person’s experience.
The activities of BL Institute have significant potential for interconnections. Its action program is centered around four areas of work: To train, cultivate, share and invent.
“BL Institute supports skills development, improves knowledge-sharing and promotes product innovation by providing a high level of expertise. These are the lofty ambitions of the Berger-Levrault Institute.”
Christophe Gabette, General Affairs Director of Berger-Levrault
BL Institute’s training programs cover five areas: Software – Business expertise – Technological Acculturation & Digitalization – Data Security – Languages.
Training is an essential lever for Berger-Levrault’s development to pass on new skills and optimize know-how:
New training methods are deployed throughout the Group, in particular through the acquisition of a language platform enabling each employee to self-train using e-learning.
Artificial intelligence, big data, platforms, algorithms, cybersecurity, circulation of personal data, etc. Our daily life is digital.
To develop the knowledge associated with the digital transformations of our company, BL Institute brings together players in the digital ecosystem at meetings focused on trust, its changes and the governance and security issues raised by globalization.
Tools and uses are evolving continuously at an accelerated pace in a society resolutely focused on all-digital technology. BL Institute’s purpose is to pursue a sustainable approach to disseminating knowledge by making accessibility information more accessible for its internal and external ecosystem.
BL Institute also works to raise employee awareness about social perspectives.
By implementing R&D programs in partnership with the research world, BL Institute is pursuing an Open Innovation Strategy aimed at improving:
Accessibility – Processing Algorithms – Intelligent Architectures – Sustainable Development – Next generation ergonomics (human-machine interaction) – Fragility and dependency management – Interoperability – Trust in the digital age – E-Tourism – Image processing (Artificial Intelligence) – Electronic Vote
Since 2014, the Developer’s School has enhanced the knowledge of in-house learners in the latest technologies, offering a degree in Computer Design and Development.
Berger-Levrault Spain includes a classroom in its offices dedicated to vocational training of around twenty students participating in study programs, with courses taught by employees.