Achieve Better Outcomes with Experiential Scenarios

Want to achieve better business and learner outcomes? An experiential scenario approach is what you might be looking for.

Many learning modules and programs push the information to the learner. Despite an engaging design, how much information is actually retained? Can the knowledge be put into practice on the job? Pulling the knowledge from your learners by placing them into the real-life context and having them make decisions within a given situation is one way for them to retain the information and to also practice the required skills.

What is scenario based learning? It’s about giving your learners the opportunity to explore, learn and acquire experience and skills within a safe environment, without harming your organisation’s brand. Scenarios aim to involve and engage by having learners actively participate – they are presented with a situation, they’re asked to make a decision and they witness the consequences of their actions.

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