Scenario-based Learning

Adult learning requires two qualities: interaction and engagement. Incorporating simulation into your training addresses both of these qualities while putting your organization on the quickest path to outcomes-based behavior for your staff and for your clients.

  • Learn based on performing an action to get to a certain outcome
  • Receive interactive training—not just reading, discussion, and testing
  • Increase knowledge retention and performance using experience-based learning
  • Safely learn from mistakes and master skills before treating actual clients
  • Immediately apply learned skills due to consistent, constant and prompt feedback

Actions & Outcomes

Staff learns based on performing actions within the course to get to a particular outcome.

Actions & Outcomes
Interactive Training

Interactive Training

Training is highly interactive—not just reading, discussion and testing. 

Experience-based Learning 

Uses active learning – learning based on grasping and transforming an experience – to increase knowledge retention and performance.

Experience based Learning
Mastery of Skills

Mastery of Skills

Staff are able to safely learn from mistakes and master the skills they need before treating clients on the job.

Consistent & Prompt Feedback

Learned skills can be immediately applied due to consistent, constant and prompt feedback.

Consistent & Prompt Feedback