Our Work

Examples of our online training

The most important aspect of successful training is learner engagement. No matter how relevant material might be, if learners don't connect with the content, they won't retain it. We strive to create learning moments, which draw in learners and enhance not only their retention, but their ongoing performance as well.

RW-3: Culture Game

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Client Testimonial

The process of working with ThinkingKap was extremely collaborative, flexible, and they truly understood our needs. They are great project managers and are truly professionals who produce an outstanding product.

Josh Sturtevant
RW-3

Problem:

RW-3 had the challenge of presenting subtle, real-world issues like cross-cultural interactions to a diverse, international audience. Previous courses were linear and didn’t properly engage learners. They needed an approach that could simulate the social interactions people would experience with individuals from cultures across the globe.

Solution:

ThinkingKap Learning used Articulate Storyline to build complex scenario-based games from which eLearners could better understand different cultural decision-making processes. ThinkingKap was able to use more contemporary learning models during the build-out to create interesting challenges.

Impact:

Through the upgraded approach provided by ThinkingKap Learning’s online coursework development, RW-3’s trainees were able to experience the nuance of crosscultural interactions in more realistic situations. These scenarios put learners in the center of interacting with everyday issues from the perspective of diverse cultures, showing them how everyday situations are perceived very differently around the world. This resulted in deeper understanding for all eLearners.

Course Developed in: Articulate Storyline

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ThinkingKap is the rare partner that truly tries to hear what their clients want, then does not quit until their client is satisfied. Thank you ThinkingKap!

Teresa Sears: CompTIA

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