Open House for
State Associations of the Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of America
Insurance Simulations – Putting the Fun Back in Business and Financial Acumen!
- 9-10am – Orientation and overview of insurance business simulations and experiential learning.
- 10-Noon – Learning through Board Games and “What-If” tools.
- Noon-1 – Lunch (on PriSim!).
- 1-2pm – Computerized “whole business” insurance simulations.
- 2-3pm – Best practices in experiential learning in the insurance industry.
Join us for a brainstorming discussion, and bring your ideas too!
Time: 9am-3pm, Central Time
Location: PriSim’s offices at
33 W. Jackson Blvd, Ste. 2E
Chicago, IL 60604
Open House – Sign up
“PriSim delivered some energetic and engaging sessions, which allowed our team to learn and test their skills in a safe, fun, and highly interactive environment.”– Director, Channel Strategy
What we’ll cover
Developing financial and business acumen is a daunting task for an insurance educator. The concepts are absolutely critical for decision-makers to understand, yet they can be complex and difficult to teach.
But take heart! New technologies and approaches in business simulations and experiential learning can inject new life into dry business topics. And when the technology and approaches specifically mirror the dynamics of the insurance industry, they turbo-charge the learning process.
PriSim’s interactive Open House will focus on utilizing insurance-specific computer simulations, “What-If” Tools, and Board Games to teach the fundamentals of insurance business and finance. We’ll get you hands-on with the numbers by playing out several business scenarios on a gameboard and by experimenting in a computerized “What-If” simulation tool. And we’ll run you through a couple of rounds of competition in our whole-business simulation – Insurance Challenge!
Finance and business acumen can be boring topics – but at our Open House we’ll make sure they’re not! Get ready to roll up your sleeves and try out some tools that will up the “game of business” with your learners.
“They challenged our field team regardless of the level of expertise each participant had; everyone learned so much more about business acumen, financial analytics, and team decision making!”– Manager, Leadership and Business Learning