The Spacecraft Zavion procedures game allows facilitators to demonstrate how good and poor procedures can impact performance.
HOW DO YOU PLAY?
- Participants are put in charge of a spaceship and have to respond correctly to cues and signals.
- Unbeknownst to the participants they are placed in two categories, one group being given a poor procedure and one receiving a good one. The good and bad elements of the procedures were derived from the HSE human factors document – HSG48.
- At the end of the game, the facilitator displays and discusses the two procedures and how the two groups performed.
- The game promotes discussion on what constitutes a good procedure and the impact that it has on performance.
WHAT IS NEEDED?
- Every participant plays the full game on their phone web browser.
- The Facilitator needs a laptop, display screen (for in-person training) + internet access.
- Unlimited participants (excellent for conferences as well as smaller training sessions)
- 15-20 minutes to play the game; followed by discussion.
Per session/event costs = £60+VAT (<=20 participants); £120 (20-50 participants) and £200 (>50 participants)
License the game for your training and events – contact email@example.com to try it out for free or to start using the game.