Scenarios & Branching
Healthcare practitioner training
Nurses-in-training must diagnose and treat patients. Employs intrinsic and delayed feedback, enabling students to learn from their mistakes.
Make the Sale
Sales and product training
This example teaches sales representative how to profile potential customers. By asking potential customers good questions, representatives are able to match a potential customer to a standard customer profile and thus use needs-based sales techniques.
Chemical Safety and Hazard Communication
SB Studio for Barton Health
Employees learn how to handle chemical spills through realistic situations. Activities include realistic contexts, multi-step tasks, and feedback that learners encounter in their jobs to support real performance.
SB Studio for a US Government Agency
Policies and procedures training
Learners must apply procurement law policies in various scenarios. Activities include realistic contexts, multi-step tasks, embedded coaching and links to the procurement law knowledge base that learners use in their jobs.
Health Care Fraud Detection
Health care fraud compliance training
Work as an apprentice under a senior detective to learn about health care fraud. Gather information by completing activities and accessing various resources to prepare for the interrogation (assessment).
Good Record Keeping Practices
Active Mind Solutions
Record management compliance training
This elearning piece teaches good record keeping practices using authentic documents and scenarios. It requires learners to make meaningful decisions and provides delayed feedback.
Diabetes Case Challenge
Veterinary Information Network, Inc.
Clinical healthcare case assessment
Using actual clinical data presented in a case format, learners must diagnose and then select appropriate treatment options.
Choosing an Output Indicator for a Six Sigma Project
Process management training
This elearning transforms a complex and dry subject into a meaningful learning experience by helping learners practice and learn from their mistakes within realistic scenarios.