Gamelearn presents at top learning events this week: the Next Generation Learning in Madrid and the V European Meeting of HR managers in Barcelona. The leading company and pioneer in corporate training will be part of the prestigious attendees.
Gamelearn, sponsor and protagonist of Next Generation Learning in Madrid
Gamelearn, world leader in the development of serious games for the training of companies and individuals, is participating in the 8th annual meeting of Next Generation Learning that takes place in Madrid this May 27.
Ibrahim Jabary, CEO of the company, is part of the prestigious panel of experts and speakers who will share their most innovative experiences in the field of training activities. Gamelearn will energize this forum at 10 am, discussing the necessary techniques and strategies to achieve the engagement of students.
Gamelearn, gold sponsor of this edition, exemplifies how gamification is establishing itself as an innovative and effective educational resource in organizations around the world, and how students can be led towards the completion of the training. The panel of experts will also discuss the implementation of the game in the learning process (engagement vs. content).
Gamelearn is the expert voice in all these aspects, as their courses have completion rates above 90%. In addition, 99% of the people who have been trained with Gamelearn course-videogames (Navieros, on negotiation and Triskelion, on time management) consider them applicable to their work and personal life.
HR managers and those in charge of the training and development of many Spanish and international companies attend this event in order to share experiences. There are many new challenges being faced by managers today to benefit from new teaching strategies, with special and increasing interest in gamification and game-based learning.
It’s a day of extensive and intensive information seeking to reduce the gap between “knowing” and “doing” in online training actions. This challenge is key to achieving the engagement of students and making game-based learning methodologies implemented in companies truly effective.
Gamelearn is attending the V European Meeting of Human Resources Managers
Gamelearn is also attending the 5th European HR Directors Business Summit, where high-level training and development managers gather, learn and discuss the best and most innovative training practices for corporations.
The meeting takes place in Barcelona this May 27 and 28, where experts from inside and outside the HR sphere will discuss leadership development, change and strategies for training departments, as well as the use of new technologies for talent development, among other vital issues for the business world.
Gamelearn represents in Barcelona the new generation of trainers and addresses the audience on the 27th at 15.10 in order to clarify and demonstrate that completion rates above 90% can be achieved with some e-learning programs.
The company headed by Ibrahim Jabary insists that technology has fully affected the training sector, and far from avoiding it, companies should accept it and adapt themselves to change. The revolution is not just a matter of format. Millennials are coming with new expectations and, as employees, they become tired of traditional training. Far from boring and ineffective Power Point presentations, and the high costs of training, new solutions are knocking at our doors. Gamelearn offers a different and effective e-learning system, unique programs in videogame format that combine high quality content with practice through simulation and personalized feedback to participants and their organizations.
The participation of Gamelearn in this forum is supported by the successful results of its simulators, with satisfaction and applicability ratios close to 100%. These course-videogames have shown how gamification strengthens performance and effective and lasting learning.
Hundreds of HR professionals from a wide range of industries are attending this exclusive event, where attendees will have a view on the latest developments in the industry and learn about successful case studies such as Gamelearn, to build HR strategy in their companies and to encourage growth in their organizations.