Written by Simone Jones on Wednesday November 18, 2020
Training can be a powerful tool to drive behavioural change. But to be truly effective, learners need to bridge the gap between what they know, and how to apply that knowledge in their daily role. Crafting a learning experience through an immersive scenario allows learners to practice and enhance the skills they need to manage financial crime risk in a safe environment, putting learners at the centre of a story in which they become involved.
This e-book considers 5 questions that can help when designing immersive scenarios for learners, from understanding the audience to creating scenarios that full realistic and resonate with learners.
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