Day: March 10, 2020

How Gamified Training is Attracting a New Generation of Workers to Blue-Collar Industries

Originally featured in Forbes on Feb 3, 2020

A combination of a college-focused society and negative attitudes about vocational careers has driven some sectors into recruitment turmoil in recent years leading many companies to reevaluate how they recruit and train. Gamified training has proven to be an excellent solution.

As the baby boomer generation ages and reaches retirement, manufacturingconstruction, and transportation companies have struggled to hire young new talent. Beyond the shortage of people who are qualified and interested in these roles, I believe these industries are having increased difficulty filling roles because those workers who do …

How To Make PowerPoint More Engaging with Games

Join us to learn how you can add games in Microsoft PowerPoint for increased learner engagement and knowledge retention. We’ll showcase practical examples of how companies have used games to create more engaging PowerPoint presentations. See examples from both instructor-led training (ILT) and online learning. You’ll take home actionable tips for using this strategy in your next PowerPoint project. Learn More

Reduce Learning Friction



5 Ways to Obtain 100% Participation in your Training Program

Friction in a learning experience manifests itself in two critical ways:

  • our learning platforms aren’t user-friendly enough and require too many steps
  • training content is often not compelling enough where learners give their full attention

This friction is a huge impediment to delivering the results that organizations need from their training investment.

Mobile Coach and The Training Arcade® are hosting a joint webinar to talk through effective strategies to overcome learning friction, focusing on the use of chatbots and game-based training to ensure learners are both physically and

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