Simulation Studios Introduces Sim Platform for Engaging Learning/Training

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blue expanding arrowsSimulation Studios (SimStudios), an experiential training and simulation company, has announced the launch of its new TailorMadeSimulations for corporate workforce development. These semi-customizable simulations are the first of their kind to be made available to organizations of any size, and with nearly any sized budget. Built upon a platform of core technologies, TailorMadeSims combine interactive talent development with customizable components that are highly relevant to employees.

“If learners are bored they’ll disengage and tell others that the training was poor, regardless of the money spent,” said Bill Hall, vice president of learning and development for SimStudios. “Today’s learners expect training to be challenging, interactive and engaging – instead of slide show and role-play drudgery. SimStudios’ new TailorMadeSims get employees actively involved so they retain and apply new information over the long term.”

TailorMadeSims are developed more quickly than traditional custom simulations, allowing for specific talent development initiatives to be implemented when they are most needed. Because these solutions cost a fraction of traditional, custom simulations, TailorMadeSims can be easily developed for targeted employee groups who need to quickly learn specific skills and implement them immediately on the job.

Simulations can be designed to train employees on nearly any business topic, from soft skills to technology training to the inner financial and strategic workings of the organization. The customization allows the development of virtually limitless scenarios, making this option highly useful to both large and small organizations.

“TailorMadeSims bring the world of interactive and applied training to organizations of all kinds,” said Hall. “It’s an incredible value with no licensing fees, and employees learn exactly what they need to know. It’s a win-win for everyone.”


By Joshua Bjerke