CASE STUDY
CONFINED SPACE ENTRY

A worst-case scenario that nobody thinks will happen to them

It helped me recap what I learned in recruits. I learn better by video than by text, so immersive videos would compliment traditional teaching methods well.

TRAINING EVALUATION

Should definitely be used more on ships for training. Could be rolled out for a lot of other scenarios. Very easy to use.

Critical decision making under high pressure in a training scenario by Trainify

THE PROBLEM

A sense of immediacy was difficult to establish on the training ground.

The main challenges revolved around three key issues:

  • Developing realistic simulations that effectively incorporated psychological and emotional elements.
  • Ensuring trainees achieved proficiency in handling specialised equipment within simulated scenarios.
  • Overcoming limitations on accessing real confined spaces for training purposes.

What we did

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Training Needs Analysis

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Focus Groups

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Content Development

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Storyboarding & Scriptwriting

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Media Production

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Interactive Element & Gamification

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Instructional Videos

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Performance Report (Debrief)

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Graphic Design

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Prototype & User Testing

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Training Evaluation

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Hosting & Maintenance

THE SOLUTION

‘Don ELSA’ or ‘Climb Ladder’?

Through close collaboration with key stakeholders and subject matter experts (SMEs), we devised a comprehensive and bespoke learning solution

Our thorough training needs analysis identified specific performance goals to address. We didn’t stop there – we created a relatable character, Jones, who closely resembled the learners’ roles and personas.

With an emphasis on stringent safety protocols, our solution immersed learners in an engaging scenario. Trainees took control of a realistic simulation that tackled psychological challenges, enhanced their equipment proficiency, and ensured regulatory compliance.

Going above and beyond, learners received a personalized performance evaluation and a follow-up risk assessment module. This in-depth module capitalised on their scenario experience, using it as a catalyst to spark interest and deepen their understanding of risk assessment principles.

Chlorine contamination in a confined space

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