Lear­ning by simulation

With Dialogue, a situation simulator, give your learners the opportunity to assimilate good behavioural reflexes to face all types of situations with confidence.


Learner engagement

A fun and ope­ra­tio­nal lear­ning experience

By adopting Dialogue, it gives your learners the chance to:

Become mas­ters of a sto­ry that is built through their own choices

Evolve in rea­lis­tic per­so­nal tra­jec­to­ries thanks to bran­ching scenarios

Train without fear of making mistakes

Immersive pedagogy

Give life to your scenarios

Adaptive learning submerges learners into immersive challenges; prepare to accompany them in these new horizons!

Create modules which adapt to what your lear­ners choose, allo­wing them to expe­riment and learn without risk!

Dia­logue is a safe­ty net, a hel­ping hand, the type of sup­port eve­ryone would dream of having before embar­king on new pro­fes­sio­nal adventures.


Training data

Dis­tri­bute and measure 
the impact of your trainings

Analysing your learners’ performances allows you to support them as close as possible to what they need.  Offer an encouraging, educational experience focused on practice and improvement.

Fre­quent­ly Asked Questions

The use of Dialogue is applied perfectly to behavioural training.

Dialogue is based on adaptive learning and therefore allows you to give free reign to your imagination!

You can imagine a scenario where your learner must interact with a person in their professional environment (convince a client, overcome a secretary barrier, inform a colleague etc.)  Or alternatively, a scenario without conversation, where the learner must react to a given situation (such as in the case of a power cut, or activating an alarm system).

Dialogue has an editor mode where you can write and compose your script, making it easier for you to design.  The idea is simple: imagine a problem and the choices to offer your learner.  Depending on the choices they make, the story takes a different turn (like in real life: for example, accepting an offer doesn’t have the same consequences as rejecting it).

In these choices there is bound to be an ideal path to get the maximum number of points; and alternative paths which can lose points.  Think carefully about all the possibilities and lead your learners to experience more real life situations.

Not feeling like a screenwriter?  We can also train you in screenwriting!

Dialogue can act as the sole resource of a learning course.  But it can also be used to evaluate the starting level of your learners, or complete Thaleia XL content, for example, which could make it possible to deepen certain knowledge.

Dialogue lets you choose your own assessment areas to evaluate the interpersonal skills and knowledge of your learners.  Depending on these choices, points can be added or taken away in each area.