PRN: Omega Performance Introduces SimuStar
Omega Performance Introduces SimuStar
- Revolutionary Immersive Learning Simulation Changes the Face of Credit Training
LONDON, Aug. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Omega Performance today announced the release of its most innovative training to date â�” SimuStar.
SimuStar helps lenders hone judgement and decision-making skills in ways that only creatively designed immersive learning can provide. A bold claim, but one grounded in solid science.
"It's really the ultimate form of mental practice," says John Golden, president and CEO of Omega Performance. "Research has shown mental practice activates about 90 percent of the same brain circuitry used during an actual real-life task. The SimuStar simulations take mental practice to a whole new level, providing such an authentic experience that the memory retains it in the same way as real work experiences, increasing both the learning and the retention significantly."
Studies show that when the brain receives sights, sounds and experiences to give memories context, the brain finds it easier to encode. "With all of the visual stimuli provided by SimuStar's immersive learning simulations," adds Golden, "The deeper level of SimuStar revolutionises bank training as we know it. It goes well beyond traditional training to test of a the lender's skills at once, including their judgement, which is the hardest of all abilities to ascertain. Being able to replicate real-life lending situations provides the most challenging and rigorous assessment possible, but in a safe, controlled environment."
Learn more about SimuStar, and the science behind it, at http://www.omega-performance.com/SimuStar.
About Omega Performance
Omega Performance equips bankers with the skills to source sound lending opportunities and structure high-quality, profitable loans to help grow a more profitable, higher-quality loan portfolio. Omega Performance combines more than three decades of experience with industry-leading technology to provide the results banks need.
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