Game based training is the one of most interesting forms of training exercise because the trainers put in extra efforts to create something extraordinary and entertaining at the same time. You can use this type of training to help your students or employees learn faster.
Unfortunately, many organizations are still hesitant to use game-based training sessions. In most cases, some myths hold them back from adopting this form of training. So, before you training room rental or seminar room rental for your next training session, let’s bust some myths you’ve probably heard about game-based training.
1. Game-based-training is gamification
Although the two terms sound similar and the concepts seem pretty similar, they are very different. Gamification refers to a technique where the tasks to be performed are related to some outcomes of rewards or punishments like scores, stars, points etc. whereas the other type, game based training, happens when special activities are designed to facilitate learning about the actual job to be performed.
2. Game-based training works best for people in a certain age group
A common perception regarding gaming is that it works best for a millennial or people in that age group. However, the statistics suggest otherwise. According to recent statistics, Singaporeans, irrespective of their age love playing games. In fact, they are considered the most frequent gamers in the whole Asia. This proves that age is just a number. People of any age enjoy gaming activities.
3. Game-based training is waste of time
It is proved time and again that people learn more actively from demanding activities like game-based training as compared to the activities in which they barely participate physically. Far from being a time waster, game-based training is quite effective. Studies show that people lean faster when they learn through gaming. With the right game-based training techniques, you can help your employees or students learn the gist of a whole day-long training session in a matter of few minutes.