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Simulations: what they contribute to training programmes


The January issue of Training Magazine, published by Fenman contains this article by Chris Elgood, outlining the advantages and disadvantages of simulation methods:

‘Simulation’ is just one title used for training material that can equally well be described as ‘game’, ‘exercise’, ‘activity’ or ‘structured experience’. This means that somebody experiencing one particular ‘simulation’ may come to feel that this type, and this type only, is what ‘simulation’ means. However, there are many different types of simulation, serving different objectives and using different methods.

The online article is an edited version of the printed version, and can be viewed from the menu area of the Training Journal website.


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