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Design Scenario-Based Learning for Skills Development

Scenario-based learning (SBL) is quickly becoming a must-have for L&D organizations. This instructional strategy allows L&D organizations to leverage online tools to engage workers in real-life situations. In doing so, SBL helps L&D organizations deliver outstanding learning experiences to employees around the globe 

Benefits of SBL for L&D Organizations and Their Employees 

SBL allows an L&D organization to track workers’ progress and determine if their learning materials are hitting the mark. As such, SBL helps an L&D organization teach its workers the proper skills  and ensure that employees are getting the support they need to become valuable contributors within the organization.  

In addition, SBL drives workers to become better decision-makers. Since workers can engage in real-life situations during SBL tutorials, they can weigh the pros and cons of a potential business decision and evaluate the ramifications of their choice. This can lead to improved decision-making when workers are faced with real world situations that replicate those from SBL tutorials.  

SBL fosters unprecedented skills development, too. This approach encourages workers to build new skills and hone existing ones, to the point where they can become masters of their craft. Over time, SBL can drive meaningful change across an L&D organization, as workers can leverage the skills they learn and develop to help the organization continuously grow.  

Should Your L&D Organization Use SBL for Corporate Training?  

SBL for corporate training can benefit your L&D organization in several ways, including: 

  1. Sticky Learning Experiences

SBL enables workers to engage in a real-time learning experience. Unlike a lecture or video tutorial, SBL allows workers to get hands-on experience, even though they access their SBL tutorials on a mobile or desktop device. That way, SBL promotes sticky learning experiences, and it helps workers retain information that they can use day after day.  

  1. Feedback

SBL encourages workers to learn to perform their jobs to the best of their ability, without having to worry about costly, time-intensive mistakes. If a worker makes a mistake in an SBL tutorial, he or she can learn from it and move forward. Plus, the worker can get feedback to help him or her avoid making the same mistake twice.  

  1. Problem-Solving 

SBL teaches workers to approach problems head-on. Whereas a worker may struggle when faced with an urgent problem that arises in a real world setting, SBL helps an employee build confidence to solve issues any time they occur. Since SBL allows a worker to analyze problems in a practice setting, it ensures that an employee is well-equipped to identify and address real world issues before they get out of hand.  

Build a Successful SBL Strategy  

To build a successful SBL strategy, consider your workforce. You can then use a combination of animations, videos, virtual reality (VR), and other immersive techniques to set up SBL tutorials that engage workers.  

Learn from workers as they complete SBL tutorials, too. Request workers’ feedback and track their progress throughout SBL tutorials. This allows you to understand the effectiveness of SBL in your corporate training program and ensures your L&D organization and its workers can reap the full benefits of SBL.  

Develop Interactive Courses with Help from LTS 

At LTS, we can help your L&D organization develop interactive, engaging courses and learning materials for your workers. To learn more, please contact us today 

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