Instructors & Educators
Today’s students are tomorrow’s young graduates starting out in their chosen career in the workplace. Our simulations are designed to support your curricular courses and extra-curricular activities to help students develop the employability skills so important in today’s competitive world.
Our simulations are developed by the Learning Dynamics authoring team together with leading employer partners and organisations who have an interest in improving graduate employability & enterprise skills
Our simulations to support
curricular and extra-curricular activities:
Our simulations delivered by Campus2Corporate are developed by the Learning Dynamics authoring team together with leading employer partners and organisations who have an interest in improving graduate employability skills – and delivered by the Campus2Corporate team who understand the transition from student life to corporate workplace.
Learning experience & outcomes:
All our simulation modules and events are mapped against desired learning outcomes that academics and leading employers are looking for. Independent research has demonstrated that students’ employability skills are enhanced through the use of simulations generally and our simulations specifically.
Feedback from both lecturers and students is that our simulations provide the opportunity to engage, turn theory into practice and to assess student performance against set criteria.
Course credits & the HEAR:
Our simulations and events are used by the majority of universities in the UK to support both curricular course work for credits and / or for extra-curricular activities which many of our university partners are recording on the Higher Education Achievement Record (the HEAR) or their own student achievement record.
Workshops and webinars:
To help understand how our simulations can be included in curricular or extra-curricular activities, we run one-on-one or group webinars to help university course teams, lecturers and employability / enterprise managers get the most out of our simulations. These are practical sessions lead by the authoring team with input if desired from faculty advocates currently using the simulation. Please contact us as these can be arranged upon request.