The efficiency of game based learning
Better memorize content
By setting theoretical information in tangible and interactive situations, games allow employees to better retain new information and adopt new behaviours.
Improve engagement with game based learning
The game format favours participants’ engagement throughout and after the training process. They are active, mobilize different skill sets, collaborate with other players, and can get an immediate feedback on their actions.
Highlight soft skills
Escape rooms enable something that few other formats can: observing and assessing the soft skills. Through the game session, the participants use their theoretical and technical (hard) skills to crack the riddles but need to express their soft skills – adaptability, team spirit, time management, conflict resolution, etc. – to bring the pieces together, elaborate leads and keep everyone committed towards the objective.
Effects on team cohesion
Even though the main objective of game based training is to pass on information and knowledge, the format emphasizes the collaboration between employees. This is a motivation and commitment leverage to memorize content and bond with colleagues. A true asset for future projects!
When to integrate games into the training process?
At the beginning, to introduce the subject and instantly make participants more receptive to further contents.
Throughout the program as a common thread to dynamize it, make it interactive and boost participants’ engagement
At the end, as a conclusion tool strengthening the impact of the messages passed on during the training session.
Collock’s value proposition
Collock has a double expertise : game design and HR challenges.
To answer our clients’ needs, the whole process is based on collaboration.
Collock’s offer is 100% transportable. We take care of all the logistics and the animation.
Our games and services offer various personalization levels, in order to make the game experience as unique as possible.
The uses of gamification