Russelectric, A Siemens Business, a leading manufacturer of power control systems and automatic transfer switches, announces the availability of Switchgear Simulators designed to train personnel on automatic and manual operation of Russelectric switchgear.
Empathic Workplace has partnered with Mursion to design and deliver immersive and scalable simulations for executives, managers, and employees to gain knowledge of the foundational principles that foster empathy, understanding, and better communication.
Cyberbit today announced that it has mapped training scenarios for Cyberbit Range, its cybersecurity training and simulation platform, to the NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework.
Whether you are looking to raise awareness among your new hires of what good business decisions look like or to hone the business skills of your senior leaders, simulations and gamification can be effective tools.
Knowledge Synonyms, an EdTech company launches EasySIM, a pathbreaking Simulated Learning and Performance Cloud (SLPC), which breaks the trend of investing in trainings that fail to improve performance in any meaningful way.
We live and work in VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) times. Consequently, the skills that we need to perform at a high level are becoming more non-standard and nuanced.
Manufacturing boasts advanced technical machinery, increasingly automated processes and a viable career path for many. However, many existing and future employees lack the skills needed to support the rampant technical advancement facing the industry.
Digital learning and emerging technologies are offering new tools to teach soft skills in powerful ways; gamification, virtual and augmented reality, and simulations are just a few. These trends are worth exploring.
Immersive and experiential training methods are successful because they involve all of the senses and provoke a visceral response. The experience enables learners to assimilate new information quickly and retain it much longer.
Interplay Learning, the leading provider of online training for skilled trades utilizing virtual reality (VR) and 3D simulations, today announced it completed a $5.5 million Series A round of financing.