Design for Hotel Team
How it works?
Support HR, IT and Compliance Managers
Responsive design supporting multiple screen size (Mobile, Tablet and PC)
Detail reports on course completion and test results
Enforce mandatory learning tasks before taking tests
Support multiple type of contents, video, PowerPoint etc
Easy to use user administrations
Reports can be exported in CSV format
2-min video on key functions
How “Anti-Hack Operation” fits into the whole training
“Anti-Hack Operation” serves as a fun learning environment and a repetition tool to strengthen the most useful knowledge that trainees have learned in the previous training sections.To make it work at its best, we design the whole training program as a 3-phase training program.
In phase 1 (The training videos),They first learn cybersecurity in our training videos which cover all cybersecurity topics.
In phase 2 (Quizzes),They find out what exactly they remember and understand while they also gain rare playing cards for AHO as an incentive.
In phase 3 (AHO),They apply all the knowledge they learned in the game. AHO also strengthens and allows players to memorize most of the details about cybersecurity awareness through repetition of the game.
During the game, learners will face an attack where they will have to go back and seek answers from the training videos.
How “Anti-Hack Operation” works
It is a card game that allows players to revise most of the essential cybersecurity knowledge they have learned in the previous training videos through the game design and repetition of the game mechanism.Through repetition in the game, every learner acquires cybersecurity knowledge effectively.
Game Design Principles
Boring instructions fail most of the time. As Michael Allen strongly suggested in his Guide to Learning, we should always keep e-learning interesting. Instead of forcing staff to learn cybersecurity knowledge in a spoon-feeding method, we offer a solution that can actually arouse their interest.
To ensure our cybersecurity training is not just a humdrum task or another brainless routine, we built it as a sustainable and engaging culture amongst the office.
We all know that we remember information through repetition. Repetitions in a fun game would allow learners to memorize all the details subconsciously.
A well-designed game allows trainees to learn in a much easier way where they actually enjoy what they are doing instead of forcing them into memorizing something they find completely boring.
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