Ideal if you are implementing new software and wish to harness the full potential of the application
In a laboratory simulation, learners can fiddle with laboratory equipment that behave in almost the same way as they would in a real environment.
Make simulations realistic by including scenarios your learners might encounter in real world.
For a Europe-based multinational company, software training took center stage as it upgraded its existing software. The software was to be used by its huge employee base belonging to different departments – administrators, viewers, editors, reviewers – and hence they required a sophisticated training approach.
Our learning and design experts analyzed the inputs provided by the client thoroughly and proposed that a simulation-based approach would be ideal to make the training engaging.
Our team of expert designers created short, bite-sized simulation modules to ensure learning was not a tiring, lengthy process. With our interactive and engaging simulations, the company was able to successfully train its workforce on the newly-introduced software, and increased productivity by 50%.
A pharmaceutical company needed to develop an e-learning curriculum, based on their existing software manuals. Since most of its employees were unfamiliar with the software, they were bound to make mistakes while learning to operate the software.
Therefore, CommLab’s experts felt that a simulation-based microlearning course would be ideal for hands-on training, where employees could take risks and learn by practicing in a fail-safe environment.
We created the microlearning simulations in just two months and made them LMS-ready. To better help learners navigate through the LMS, we also ensured that the titles of these simulation modules were in the form of FAQs. This way, learners could easily find what they were looking for, without too much effort.