It all sounds a little bit strange to envisage your parents or grandparents playing a game to plan their retirement, but that’s where technology and gamification could help if it is applied correctly.
Why do gamification principles translate so well into the office environment? Is it in their ability to engage and create competition within yourself or with others?
How can we create engaging content that actually helps develop knowledge and understanding in a particular field of compliance for everyone?
Many games are mocked for their weak storylines and wooden acting (Resident Evil anyone?) but the powerful and emotional journey you take in ‘The Last of Us’ is one of the main reasons I choose it as my favourite game.
"The artificial intelligence and beyond" sounds like the plot line to the latest blockbuster in the cinema or an upcoming game release.
Here at E3CT ,We think its really important to note how Gamification and E-learning engages with virtually all learning styles lets take Honey and Mumfords framework as an example but this can apply to many others.
The team here at E3CT develops engaging courses using gamification principles and has a great passion for technology and the compliance culture. The focus for us today is a quick look at "Hacking" and how this plays a part in our everyday lives both personal and business.
One of the major EU hacks to have been delivered helps showcase the real dangers around cyber security.
We’re excited to be taking the E3 virtual reality demo to Amsterdam for a private event with a multinational engineering company. This isn’t a blog post to boast our prowess but to discover what goes in to exhibiting at an event like this.
We have expanded the range of compliance courses we offer with the develpment of five new courses, all with the ability to be individually tailored to fit the exact need of individual customers in a variety of industry sectors.
E3 Compliance Training is a digital company who love tech and being at the forefront of the industry.
E3CT has been a growing company for some time now and building the team is key to support this growth. Our latest recruit is Phil Goodacre who joins as Head of Sales; we hope you will give us a hand in saying a warm E3CT welcome.
A quick insight into Moore's Law for those who don’t remember or haven’t encountered the term; Moore’s law was developed by Gordon Moore in 1965. He was a top player at Intel and foresaw the development of transistors -a key insight into predicting the future of technological advancements especially transistors and processing power.
E3CT takes pride in being at the forefront of gamification and technology , for us it not a sales pitch or a P.R bandwagon. The company consists of individuals who truly love technology and games and try to repurpose these channels in fun and interesting directions to make compliance fun.
The team here at E3CT recently attended a conference at the Truman Brewery London, aptly entitled Legal Geeks. This was the first Law Tech convention of its kind and it didn’t disappoint! It was completely sold out and there was a real buzz.
Following on from an article in Wired and our twitter post earlier this week, the news of a new PlayStation and the increase in the development of virtual reality for these consoles led us to wonder will there ever be compliance training on consoles?