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  • Serious Games

    Please note this blog was updated on 1/21/2021 by our team.

    Serious games are known as games that are used for education and not solely entertainment. Because of the learning retention and improvement in performance that is seen with serious games, learning and development leaders are implementing this...

  • Virtual Reality

    Please note this blog was updated on 1/19/2021 by our team.

    It’s easy to understand the benefits of virtual reality, or VR, training. Learning & Development professionals all agree it’s the most immersive and practical way to teach learners how to perform actual tasks in a...

  • Training Simulations

    Please note this blog was updated on 1/14/2021.

    Try to remember the first time you learned how to swim or how to drive. How did you learn? By doing it, of course. It is common sense that you learn best by doing it hands-on. However, in the corporate sector, it is not always possible to learn on-the-job. There are certain jobs where...

  • eLearning

    According to the Statista Research Department, “larger companies in the U.S. have been increasing their investment in staff training over the last three years, with the average number of training hours provided annually per employee increasing from 42.2 in 2017 to 102.6 in 2020. This was the highest average of all business...

  • eLearning

    Please note this blog was updated on 1/7/2021.

    Decision-makers have hundreds of items on their to-do lists every week. Add to that list a couple of employee training program proposals, and it might be too much to handle. But one thing is clear: a successful business caters to the growth of its employees. Thus, leadership support for training programs is paramount. When employees grow, so do companies. This is what Stephen...

  • eLearning

    The construction industry accounts for 130 million workers in the United States alone, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Worldwide, In 1998, the construction output worldwide was estimated at an incredible $3000 billion. This sector has seen incredible growth over the last decades, with...