Experiential Learning (learning through doing) has been shown to have far higher content retention rates than traditional learning methods. This type of learning is exceptional for complex industries such as banking and finance.

When learning skills through traditional Powerpoint presentations; it is difficult to retain large amounts of information. Throughout our banking simulation programs, participants experience 5 years of making bank decisions. Participants practice their skills in the simulation and understand the consequences of their decisions through real-time feedback. Merging the theory and practice results in an effective learning experience.

Pilots wouldn’t be allowed to fly planes without practicing their skills in a simulator. Should you allow your team to make real world banking decisions without practicing first?