Check out the answers to some commonly asked questions, then set up a call to explore with us more.
eLearning is great for teaching knowledge content. Simulations are great for not just knowledge, but actively applying that knowledge and practicing new skills. In other words, eLearning is great for teaching people what to think whereas simulations are great for teaching how to think in a variety of dynamic situations.
Not anymore. Although once very expensive, with authoring tools, templatized content, and clear design standards, they’re equivalent to high-end eLearning or workshops.
We’ve created experiences for learners at the individual contributor level all the way up to the C-suite. However, we find our simulations have their greatest impact among the manager and director audiences, allowing team-based cohorts to work through challenges and solve problems collaboratively.
In our experience, the data and insights that come from simulations is unmatched in uncovering what is driving success (or failure) in the business. We use a combination of assessments and in-simulation-data-capture to generate informed insights for your learners, L&D team, and the business.
Not with The Regis Company. With a few clicks, you can now deploy a simulation anywhere in the world using our cloud-based SaaS platform, the Simulation Gateway™.
We have a number of ready-to-deploy simulations that we can quickly tailor to meet your needs. And the truth is, some types of simulations are easier to build than others, so get in touch, and we can give you a more accurate estimate.
We take a consultative approach to working with our client partners, leaning into Design Thinking principles to ensure that we are solving your organization’s needs while serving your learners. We strive to make working with us fun and easy.
The flexibility of SimGate™ authoring means changes and updates are easier than ever. Just connect with your client team lead and they will work with you to ensure your simulation is evergreen.
We recommend a Design Study. This process will give you everything you need to explain the simulation, what participants will be doing in the simulation, and how it maps to business outcomes. You’ll have everything you need to enroll stakeholders.