Our simulation work is wide-ranging, and is most effective when it is designed to meet your specific needs, audience, operating model and working context. We have designed simulations for groups of 4 to 250, for the training room, for office spaces, and for field sites. We have used real humanitarian emergency contexts, and fictionalised situations, depending on the purpose of the exercise and experience of the group.
For RedR, debrief is an essential component of a simulation exercise. Our facilitators lead the group through a three-part debrief process which considers the task, the individual and team, in order to capture learning which can be fed back in to improve working processes and support organisational change and learning.