Take a look at the learning devices used to impart training – whether product training, process training or application training. These devices involve the learner intellectually, emotionally and physically. Each device has a unique objective.
Scenarios: A scenario situates the learner as listener or observer of an unfolding story wherein the story deals with a possible situation involving decision or action.
Role Play: This is similar to a scenario but involves the learner in actively making a set of decisions based on a situation.
Reflection: A reflection prompts the learner to think and leads him or her to self-awareness about his behavior and thought.
Practice Test: It tests a learner’s knowledge or application of it.
Reckoner: Provides an overview of key ideas, concepts, etc, in a concise way, either textually, visually or both.
Screenshots of some of our custom courses
Testimonials: Exposes the learner to the view point of a real or imaginary character.
Branching Narrative: It is similar to a scenario but involves a basic storyline that branches off into independent scenarios which might eventually be tied together as a moral.
Information: Information is presented in a direct manner.
Job Aid: It assists in on-the-job transfer of learning through a Just-Enough snapshot of key learning.
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