Put the Control in Learners’ Hands with Business Games and Simulations
Business games and simulations, sometimes called serious games, put learners in the first-person position, making mission-critical decisions in an immersive 3D simulated environment. Because learners in business games custom-created for you by FuelFX have opportunities to apply their own experience as well as explore new skills in real-life scenarios, the benefits of active learning are heightened. Simulations emphasize the development of spatial and situational judgment, problem solving, and analysis skills, which are all critical to the safety and efficiency of team members in the highly instrumented workplace environments of the oil and gas and other industries.
Develop Competencies Quickly with Business Game Challenges
Trainees retain significantly more instruction and perform better on competency tests by experiencing simulated real-life scenarios in which they can practice, and even fail, without risk. Such experiential learning rewards the application of both newly acquired skills and previous experience, so learners develop competencies rather than just memorize correct answers. More and more employees, especially those who grew up with gaming technologies, respond with enthusiasm to the challenge of simulations and business games.
Business Games Identify Talents and Build on Experiences
Activity-centered simulations and role-playing boost confidence and motivation because learners take control of their learning experience. Such training rewards the application of both newly acquired skills and previous experience, so they build increasing levels of competency. FuelFX builds impactful business games and simulations that can be deployed independently or as one part of a larger eLearning [link] solution. Business games can be created using 2D interactive graphics or can be built as 3D applications.
- Put learners in the first-person position, making mission-critical decisions in an immersive 3D simulated environment
- Create learning experiences that accommodate a wide variety of learning levels rather than passive instruction
- Learners develop competencies through experience; they don’t just memorize correct answers