Learning Simulations: Experiential Education
One key to workforce education is practice—people learn best by doing. By investing in instructional simulations, learning executives can ensure employees are getting the hands-on practice needed to excel.
Performance-Based Simulations: Customizable Tools
Simulations offer specialized, interactive learning with hands-on tools to build experiential skills. These customizable tools connect real-world education to business needs.
The Benefits of Instructional Simulations
CLOs know that if learning does not deliver results, it can be difficult to justify investments. Simulation can deliver benefits ranging from cost savings to increased productivity and employee retention.
Taking Simulations to the Next Level
Simulations already provide cutting-edge education. As technology and learner expectations mature, how will risk-free learning evolve to meet new needs?
Business Intelligence: The Growth of Simulations
CLO research shows that simulations are increasingly being deployed in enterprise education. However, CLOs still face challenges connecting learners with the high-tech tools.
Torstar Corp.: Risk-Free Employee Development
The Harlequin Romance publishing giant uses simulations to transform high-potential professionals into leaders. And with the results they’re seeing, it’s love at first sight.
The Power of Simulations
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