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SimulTrain® is a game-based online simulation which allows learners to acquire core project management competencies while improving teamwork and leadership skills in a realistic & fast-paced environment. The latest new features are #PlayApartTogetherTry the Demo Login
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SimulTrain® is a game-based online project management simulator which allows learners to acquire core competencies while improving teamwork and leadership skills in a realistic & fast-paced environment
So far, the simulator is used in more than 51 countries and has contributed to the training of more than 200'000 project managers.
They enjoyed to be exposed to a close-to-real project, to take decisions under pressure and finally to review them – without any implication on their promotion or career.
The project simulation SimulTrain® is primarily used in combination with classroom activities.
In teams of 3 to 4 people, learners play the role of the project manager. The teams have to plan and execute a typical mid-sized project. They immediately see the consequences of the decisions they make. Furthermore, they can track the evolution of the costs, the schedule, the quality as well as the human factors.
With the help of SimulTrain®, project manager can make all the mistakes while planning and executing a project and learn from these mistakes – just to a reasonable price!
Full of multimedia interaction, SimulTrain® provides the teams with phone calls, emails, and voicemails to create a realistic and stressful environment – just as in real life. Therefore, learners experience stress and working under pressure.
SimulTrain® is also an ideal tool for team building or decision making.
Depending on the languages, there are up to 10 scenarios at disposal, reflecting simulations of projects in different areas.
SimulTrain® can be run online.
The simulation lasts from 4 to 10 hours including the phases of planning, execution, and debriefing.
In most cases, the simulation is split into two parts over two days and combined with other learning activities such as company-specific case studies. During two sessions of 4 hours, the learners are confronted with the planning and the execution of a project.