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PIXELearning have released our latest product; The Sales Game.
The game sees you as playing a sales role (selling holo message devices), four strong sales leads (running in parallel) and is designed to help people understand how to effectively manage complex sales cycles.
You can watch the promo video at the following link:
Apologies for the shameless self-promotion but it is not everyday that your work receives high-profile industry recognition.
Following on from being a named partner to KPMG in the ASTD Excellence in Practice awards back in May (San Diego), PIXELearning just last week picked up another accolade at the E-Learning Guild Devlearn Demofest for ‘Our Worlds of Makrini’.
‘Makrini’ is a soon to be launched diversity awareness & inclusion training serious games that we are developing for a major US bank in conjunction with our partners Global Lead. The game uses a sci-fi theme to deliver highly experiential learning aroudn what is a very sensitive subject.
PIXELearning were selected by judges at The Elearning Guild’s DevLearn 2008 event as the winners of the 2008 DemoFest. This event was the first public airing of Makrini, the soon to be released diversity awareness and inclusion training game we are jointly developing with Global Lead for a major US retail banking chain.
To see the 37 other submissions that we beat click on the following link:
My company, PIXELearning, is running further half day hands-on workshops on experiential learning. Each one with a different focus, all are free to attend but with a small and limited capacity. It’s a chance to see how immersive learning can be effective as an alternative to classroom training whilst saving on training budgets.
“Chalk Talk 101” is aimed at anybody interested in learning more about Immersive Learning Simulations (ILS) aka “serious games”. What is, and how do I implement a successful game?
http://chalktalk.eventbrite.com October 23rd
“Chalking up your skills” covers personal skills development such as Leadership, and Diversity and Inclusion
http://chalkingup.eventbrite.com October 30th
“Calling a Serious Solution” will focus on the areas where role play works particularly well such as Customer Service, Call Centre and Sales Training.
http://callingaserioussolution.eventbrite.com November 6th
Venue: The Serious Games Institute in the centre of Coventry, West Midlands.