Training is changing. Participant engagement has always been important but with more and more training taking place online it is even more critical. When participants are passively listening to training online they are unlikely to be able to concentrate for long or remember training content. This is a real issue leading to time, money and effort being wasted.
At Caspian Psychology we provide and develop Psychology related games and products that actively engage participants. We have solutions for online webinar and face to face training.
Our games are designed to be memorable experiences which help participants retain information. They are always designed around meeting clear learning objectives which means no more wasting time on innefective training.
We develop interactive games and products that engage people in the content and create lively group dynamics and discussion which means no more worrying about death by slides.
When we develop games for clients we apply our research expertise to partner with you and immerse ourselves in your world which means learning experiences are be-spoke, well thought through and credible.
We combine our unique mix of experience in research, psychology (registered with Health and Care Professions Council), IT and games development to create engaging learning experiences. We have a range of expert partners meaning we can tackle a wide range of projects.
Read articles by our Director Johnny Mitchell on:
- Case Study: Development of human performance games at AIR BP
- Games and gamification (in safety): play to win (IOSH magazine)
- Using personality assessments in safety critical industries: safe traits (IOSH magazine)
- Psychological theory and nudges to help understand and influence behaviour: LinkedIn – self published
- The importance of tust for safety: IChemE presentation
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of training participants said they learnt more using our games than traditional training (n=76)
Our ‘webinar-friendly’ team games
*these games can also be used effectively during face-to-face training
Oswald is an online survey tool which is built around 'spider sliders' - an interactive and effective way of getting feedback.
Learning Sprints is a psychology quiz game. The game covers topics such as psychological safety, psychological health, human factors and cognitive biases.
ScenarioQ is a versatile scenarios quiz game that can be played over webinar and adapted to your content.
Control Panel is an interactive team game that introduces and demonstrates the impact of contextual factors such as design and distraction on human performance.
Mosaic Tasks is a groundbreaking personality assessment using online tasks.
of training participants found our games more enjoyable than traditional training (n=128)
Our ‘face to face’ only team games
Fill It Up is a team game that introduces delegates to bowtie analysis and the importance of maintaining barriers.
This game develops knowledge and skills linked with Situational Awareness.
An interactive team game that build awareness and skills about the crucially important topic of psychological safety.