Monthly Archives: February 2011

Simulation Components

Now that you’ve decided to use simulations in training interventions, let’s look at some of the components of successful simulations As we’ve discussed, a simulation can take many forms, from real-life case studies to an engine failure on a passenger … Continue reading

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Simulations in Online Learning

Simulations are also useful in online learning. Let’s look at some ways to use simulation concepts with virtual training. Training has come a long way since the existence of only classrooms and on-the-job interventions. Online learning has changed the way … Continue reading

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Benefits of Using Simulations

We’ve discussed some good reasons to implement simulations in your organization. Let’s take a look at the distinct advantages of simulations over other types of training interventions. When you take the time to consider the methods for implementing a simulation, … Continue reading

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Using Simulations in Corporate Training

In this series of articles, we will look at the use of simulations in effective training interventions. First, let’s find out why an organization would want to use simulations in its training program. In the past, the mention of training … Continue reading

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