Learning commercial skills through play
The module “Accounting” is designed for apprentices in commercial-administrative occupations to teach them basic competences in accounting in a competence-oriented manner. The core contents are:
- Comparing offers
- Determining sales price
- Calculating key figures
- Writing reminders
- Checking, organising and booking receipts
- Creating cash reports
- Preparing payments
In the “Order Processing” module, the entire process of a customer order is handled. The focus is on the following task areas:
- Quotation preparation
- Order confirmation
- Delivery note
Explaining complex tasks in simple terms? Our specialty!
When combining challenging task design and branching decision-based dialogs, complexity can quickly get out of hand. Luckily, we have years of experience in presenting complicated topics in a simple and playful way: In “Office Competence”, we focused on designing varied scenarios in such a way that they are easy to understand and simple to use.
- Independent learning: The content can be easily practiced independently via interactive micro-learning units.
- Individualization: Learners can decide for themselves when and where they learn best. This works through the temporal and spatial flexibility of e-learning.
- Practical relevance & competence orientation: Focus is placed on precisely the competencies needed in everyday professional life. The high practical relevance facilitates understanding of the exercises.
- Motivation: Individual user avatars, the playful learning environment and an online ranking encourage user engagement.
- Feedback: An assessment and evaluation system provides learners with continuous feedback on their learning, e.g. in the form of a virtual conversation.
- User-friendliness & target group orientation: “Office Competence” follows the mobile-first design paradigm and is thus intuitive to use and tailored to the target group.
“Office Competence” can thus be used both in the school context and for self-directed learning, and offers good preparation for the final apprenticeship examination.