Our Serious Games

Project Management Game (PM-Game)

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  • Identify stakeholders
  • Define the problem
  • Define goals and objectives
  • Risk management
  • Writing a project proposition
  • Selling the project to the client
  • Project planning (PBS, WBS, PERT, Gantt)
  • Project monitoring and control
  • Conducting meetings with the steering committee
  • Sharing and transmission of acquired knowledge
  • Decision making based on incomplete information

The PM-Game can be used on the basis of license purchases. The price depends on the number of training participants.

For more information, please use the contact form

Artos Inc.: Product Innovation [supported languages: FR/EN]

You work at Artos Inc., an international manufacturer of machine tools. It’s up to you to transform an innovative idea into a concrete realization. You will have to define objectives, estimate benefits, plan and master the execution.

Belleville: Project management in the public sector [supported language: FR]

You are given the mandate to create a new medical facility that will be open 24 hours a day. You will have to convince all stakeholders, to plan and monitor project delivery. This scenario integrates the specificities of the public sector as it was developed in collaboration with CEP (Centre d’Education Permanente) and CHUV (Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois).

Non Profit Organization [supported language: EN]

Your foundation wants to respond to a tender call by proposing an awareness campaign on computer addiction. You will have to set up the project proposal, get the different participants on board, plan the campaign and monitor its implementation. This scenario integrates the Logical Frame Approach (LFA).

 

Programming Game

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In this game, you will have to program in JavaScript in order to make your character evolve.

This project was selected as a “maxi-project” by the HES-SO Cyberlearn e‑learning centre. The Programming Game was developed by AlbaSim, in collaboration with Cyberlearn for the graphical aspects.

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  • Sequence of instructions
  • Variables
  • Functions
  • Conditions and logic
  • Iterations

The Programming Game is available for free at wegas.albasim.ch.

If you are a teacher and would like to have a “trainer account” to follow your students’ work inside the Programming Game, please contact us.

This project was selected as a “maxi-project” by the HES-SO Cyberlearn e‑learning center. The Programming Game was developed by AlbaSim in collaboration with Cyberlearn for the graphical aspects.

Clinical Cardiac Evaluation

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In this simulation, you have to take care of a patient who came to the emergency room with complaints of chest pain.

You can interview the patient to take a history, conduct medical examinations such as heart auscultation or pulse-taking, and request radiographies or an ECG.

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Then you will have to interpret the results and will be allowed to perform actions such as giving an oxygen therapy or placing a central venous catheter.

This simulation was developed in close partnership with La Source School of Nursing Sciences (Haute Ecole de la Santé La Source).

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To develop the ability to provide the patient with comprehensive care.

Interested trainers are kindly requested to get in touch using the contact form.

This serious game was developed in close partnership with La Source School of Nursing Sciences (Haute Ecole de la Santé La Source).

 

Corporate Law

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You work as a trainee lawyer in the Bonnechance law firm. Your training supervisor asks you to welcome a new client and to provide counsel on the creation of a new company.

This simulation was developed in collaboration with the Faculty of Law of the University of Geneva.

  • Choice of company type
  • Evaluation of initial contributions
  • Company valuation
  • Release of capital
  • Opening balance sheet
  • Writing a legal opinion

Interested trainers are kindly requested to contact us via the online form.

This simulation was developed in close collaboration with the Faculty of Law of the University of Geneva.

Cancer Care (OncoSim)

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In this simulation, you play the role of a nursing trainee who is assigned to take care of a patient coming for an ambulatory cancer treatment.

This simulation was developed in collaboration with two schools of nursing sciences: Haute Ecole de Santé Fribourg (HEDS-FR) and Haute Ecole de santé du canton de Vaud (HESAV).

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  • Comprehensive patient care
  • Collection of medical data
  • Relationship with patient
  • Making a care delivery proposal

Interested trainers are kindly requested to get in touch using the contact form.

This simulation was developed in close collaboration with two schools of nursing sciences: Haute Ecole de Santé Fribourg (HEDS-FR) and Haute Ecole de santé du canton de Vaud (HESAV).

Urbactif

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As an urban planner of the Urbactif planning office, you have been mandated with the development of the new district of Nözick. Express your creativity, while taking into account a wide range of legal, political, social or architectural constraints.

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  • Preparation of a master plan
  • Systematic analysis of a town planning problem
  • Identification of needs
  • Taking into account the network of stakeholders

Please get in touch via the contact form.

This project was developed in collaboration with the Faculty of Geosciences of the University of Lausanne as well as the architectural practive TRIBU.

The project was financed by the Fonds d’Innovation Pédagogique of the University of Lausanne.

ManagEnergy

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You are appointed energy manager. Your mission is to set up a global energy management system and to obtain the ISO 50’001 certification.

You interact with different stakeholders (general manager, technical director, auditors) and access documents (technical audits, meter readings, business strategy). You will have to propose a range of actions to improve energy performance and to monitor their implemention.

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ManagEnergy is a multidisciplinary simulation that integrates strategic, technical, organisational, human and economic aspects.

  • Define an energy policy
  • Evaluate energy performance
  • Establish an action plan for energy performance
  • Integrate strategic, economic, organisational, technical and humain aspects of energy management
  • Prepare for ISO 50’001 certification
  • Economic analysis of energy efficiency
  • Communication with the different partners

Any persons interested can contact us with the contact form.

ManagEnergy was developed in collaboration with the Institute of Environmental Sciences (ISE) of the University of Geneva and was used for the Certificate of Advanced Studies in energy management.

Authors: Catherine Cooremans, Dominique Jaccard, Géraldine Chollet, Benjamin Gerber, Jean-Marc Locatelli

Thanks to : This project was made possible thanks to the financial support of the Academic Innovation Fund of the University of Geneva (FIA) and Prof. Bernard Lachal of ISE/Faculty of Sciences of the University of Geneva and HEIG-VD.

Crime Scene Investigation (CrimeSim)

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A crime has been discovered and you are in charge of investigating the crime scene. You will have access to the elements collected there (fingerprints, DNA, macro photos, etc.) in order to analyse them and take a position on the main investigation options.

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  • management and exploitation of material traces
  • practical competence development through case management
  • ability to take on a complex multidisciplinary problem
  • team work

CrimeSim is reserved for tutors that are specialists in the domain of crime scene investigation.

Any persons interested can contact us with the contact form.

CrimeSim was developed in collaboration with the Faculty of Criminology of the University of Lausanne (UniL), and supported by the Education Innovation Fund of UniL.