How LinkedIn Learning helps Minera
Chinalco unearth employees’ soft skills
Minera Chinalco's vision is to be recognized as a first-class mining company with highly efficient top-quality management. To do this, they had to ensure all employees had access to the soft-skills training that would allow them work towards their goal. This is where LinkedIn Learning came in—helping them create personalized employee learning paths on one centralized platform.
Improving employees’ soft skills
Like most businesses around the world, Minera Chinalco were committed to safeguarding their employees during the pandemic by strictly adhering to lockdown measures and enforcing social distancing. After these disruptions, they helped staff make up for any lost time in their professional development by increasing training hours and sourcing a dedicated platform where all courses were centralized.
Making personalized learning paths for employees at all levels
Minera Chinalco used LinkedIn Learning to build personalized training programmes for their employees ranging from foundational courses to the most complex, these helped to build a wide range of skills such as business management, leadership, problem solving, and communication. This meant that every employee, regardless of their experience could improve their soft skills. Minera Chinalco were able to increase training time by 10 hours per employee, helping them to save costs on potential overtime or extra training events.
The company’s management appreciated the ease and flexibility of LinkedIn Learning as well as their ability to track employees’ progress through the platform. This helped them to identify areas in need of improvement, like business and leadership, and to ensure that all learning paths were aligned with their company culture and strategy.
Minera Chinalco saw huge improvements in their employees’ soft skills thanks to personalized learning paths on LinkedIn Learning.
Main Product Used:
96% of users activated to date.
High levels of
31 monthly video views per user.
Increased learning adoption
Over the past 12 months, there were 80% of repeat learners clocking a combined 27k total hours of learning.
‘’Our partnership with LinkedIn has had a fantastic impact on our organization's development and the value LinkedIn Learning has provided our employees exceeded our expectations. Beyond utilizing the platform it was also a great opportunity to partner with LinkedIn as speakers at their annual LinkedIn Learning Summit for LATAM.’’
Aldo Jesus Fernandez Romero
Aldo Jesus Fernandez Romero
ABOUT MINERA CHINALCO
In 2007, the Aluminum Corporation of China (CHINALCO) created Minera Chinalco Perú SA (Chinalco Perú) to build, develop, and operate the Toromocho copper megaproject. The Toromocho Mining Unit has been the first world-class copper mine that a Chinese company has executed and developed from the start abroad.
Today, Chinalco Peru is one of China Copper's most important companies and the largest foreign company wholly owned by CHINALCO.
No. OF EMPLOYEES:
1,001 - 5,000 employees
Santiago de Surco, Lima