Wednesday, May 12 | 1:00 – 1:45 p.m. E.T.
We know that simulation learning is a more effective delivery method than other types of training. But there are also common, yet false, beliefs about the complexity of simulations as a learning method.
Join Declan Dagger, chief technology officer at ETU, as he debunks three common misperceptions about simulation-based training.
Gain easy-to-understand insights on:
- The efficacy of simulations by experiencing them firsthand.
- The most successful use cases for simulation-based learning.
- A proven simulation–build process, bringing ease and accuracy to implementing simulations at scale.
||Declan Dagger, Chief Technology Officer, ETU
Declan Dagger is a pragmatic entrepreneur focused on technology innovations to improve talent development. Having worked for over 10 years in applied research in learning and development, Declan has a wealth of experience in designing innovative solutions for difficult problems. As chief technology officer, Declan’s goal is to lead ETU to deliver effective behavioral assessment and learning solutions to its clients, empowering them to more effectively develop and leverage their talent.