IMC Adventure Game
Learn what it's all about.
With the Adventure Game, a combination of skill and the spirit of research is needed to solve different tasks. Embedded in a story frame, learning takes place first hand through actions and experiences.
Act as in real life.
Face situations that require real decisions.
Experience the consequences of your own decisions to increase understanding.
Recognise what is truly important.
Discover what is relevant with intellect and deliberation.
Engage in dialogue and train soft skills.
Collect awards and celebrate successes. Use badges as an indicator of performance and a guarantee for long-term motivation.
The required knowledge is taught almost incidentally - and can be applied directly.
Earn points in different areas of expertise and discover your own strengths and weaknesses in the process.
Analytical thinking is promoted through a combination of skill and the spirit of research used to complete tasks.
Incorporate a mini-game within traditional e-learning modules.
Integration & Tracking.
Integration possible into every learning management system. Document learning successes with detailed tracking.
Adaptations and expansions possible at all times. Content therefore stays up-to-date.
Optimal running capability on mobile devices enabling learning anytime and anywhere.
Best Practices: Learn from others
Hager's rich and varied training strategy provides learners in a blended learning scenario with a “not only… but also” option: Electrical engineers attend training seminars and keep their product knowledge up-to-date via online learning. In the online training, learners can develop their expertise of modern cable routing and remote connection systems in a game environment.