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This eLearning was designed to help new travel agents practice asking the right questions in order to make a recommendation that will delight customers. Learners must pay careful attention to the dialog to avoid asking questions that will irritate customers. A coach provides support and feedback for each call, and results are tallied at the end of the day.
This complex branching scenario was designed to help nurses-in-training practice evaluating patients thoroughly and efficiently, leading to accurate diagnoses and appropriate treatments. To simulate real-world conditions, learners do not receive feedback on their choices until the evaluation, exam, diagnosis and treatment activities are complete.
This engaging eLearning was designed to help employees recognize and contain potentially hazardous chemical spills. To simulate on-the-job performance, learners have access to information typically found in SOPs or job aids. Because hazardous waste could be a life-threatening situation, learners must correctly answer each question in order to continue.
This demo was designed to showcase how you can create fun and engaging eLearning that simulates real-world physical tasks, such as setting up equipment for an important presentation. Precise photos and illustrations are used to help learners distinguish between similar-looking cables. For realistic context, a timer provides urgency.
This eLearning was designed as a prerequisite for employees who wish to join an internal product testing program. Unlike a lot of compliance training, which tends to focus on rules and consequences, the tone of this training was kept positive to encourage employees to join the program, while providing learners with the necessary guidelines for product security.
This eLearning was designed to help government employees obey the law when evaluating funding requests. Learners are first presented with the decision-making model used by the agency. Then, they practice applying the model to sample scenarios. The relevant statutes and guides are available for reference, just like in the real world.