Simulated Learning Environments
Develop new competencies without boring your employees to death by using Simulated Learning Environments.
Our innovative approach ensures learners will be able to practice and learn from their mistakes while enjoying an engaging and interactive learning experience.
Simulations attempt to recreate, in a true-to-life way, real situations applicable to any field of knowledge. These tools provide opportunities to use and integrate previous knowledge by creating a framework for exploration and practice. Participants take on responsibilities and make decisions in an environment where they can make mistakes without running any actual risks. Among the benefits of the use of simulations in e-learning are the following:
Immediate implementation of new knowledge
After getting immersed in Simulated Learning Environments, users will have the required knowledge and capabilities to carry out their professional practice.
Higher learning retention rates
There will be an easier recall of the information acquired due to constant interaction between participants and the learning materials.
Types of Simulated Learning Environments
Simulation of Scenarios and Products
By using the latest modeling techniques, either for real or fictitious objects or places, we generate graphics with reality effects to show products and physical spaces. Once animated, they can be visited by a user interested in having a close look at the details of objects or places.
Corporate strategy simulations enable users to develop and apply their management skills in an environment that is practical, true-to-life, and risk-free. Participants will have the opportunity to get involved in the process of managing a company or business unit and see for themselves the consequences of their decisions.
This is by far one of the most common Simulated Learning Environments. A series of steps and instructions with increasing levels of difficulty and understanding lead the user through more important characteristics and functions of application software and hardware devices, processes, system designs, and programming languages.
Tutorials are easily designed to be used on multiple devices. They could also be 100% SCORM and portable between LMS and LXP platforms.