Virtual Training with PriSim
Peloton® For The Mind!
Build business acumen virtually. Peloton runs virtual gyms, doctors conduct virtual surgeries, and Trickster Cards runs virtual card games. PriSim has run virtual courses for years, all that changes is the mode of communication.
There is a lot of flexibility when running a virtual course, both from an agenda and a process perspective. One benefit of a virtual course is your ability to “flip” the classroom. In this way participants watch content videos on their own time, and then join a live webinar for Q&A and a bit more content (we’ve found this to be very efficient, and it keeps the energy high during the webinar portions).
Computerized business simulations are very easy to deliver in virtual settings to build leadership and business acumen.
- All that’s required are laptops, an internet connection, and a web-conferencing tool.
- Class can be scheduled to run over a week or over 2 to 2 ½ days of consecutive time (see samples below).
- Team members can work together in the same room or from different locations.
“Thank you again for a great experience last week in the Strategic Finance course. I thoroughly enjoyed the material and I was truly impressed at your ability to pivot when the class was moved to an online course. The experience for the participants did not suffer at all and each of you handled the change seamlessly. Very well done, as I understand that is not easy to pull-off under short notice.”
Virtual Class Delivery for Chubb Insurance, May 2020 – Assistant Vice President, insurance agency participant
|Communication Required||LIVE – Communication Mode||VIRTUAL – Communication Mode|
|Whole-class discussions||Presenter at front of room||Videos & webinars|
|Team decision-making||Individuals talking & huddled around a shared computer monitor in a breakout room||Individual at their own computer talking and sharing the simulation as a team in a PriSim CloudRoom™|
|Instructor support||Instructor walks into breakout rooms to answer questions||Instructor joins Cloudroom conversation to provide support|
|Team help request||Raise hand or go and find the instructor||Text the instructor who then joins CloudRoom or answers via a text|
|Materials distribution||Physical handouts||Learning portal link or direct e-mail to participants|