PTI launches new 2D and 3D Gaming Module to Train Pharma and Biotech Industry

Published Date : Mar 23, 2015

Engineers apparently have developed a new game based module which showcases the ability to offer interactive approaches based on 2D as well as the latest 3D interactive environments. Pharmaceutical Training International (PTI) has recently launched a host of game based e-learning modules. PTI is a prominent vendor of online as well event based and public training courses for the medical device and biotech sectors, and pharmaceutical companies. 

The purpose behind the launch of this new gaming module is to provide users with entertaining, engaging, and more pocket-friendly methods of acquiring a set of new skills through enactments in the scenarios much like real world counterparts. In order to promote their latest offering, Pharmaceutical Training International has a competition running until 26th March 2015. The competition will provide access to the all new gaming platform and will give the online players a chance to win free e-learning courses or a discount of 50 per cents on the event based training module offered by PTI. 

PTI is by far the first company to launch the innovative interactive approach which is game-based to train the medical device and bio pharma sectors and enhance the already existing range of e-learning products which are popular online. The module will include topics on subjects such as manufacturing, clinical approaches, medical devices, business strategies, diagnostics, research and development and other healthcare regulatory affairs. Moreover, PTI has already created a range of new modules that will allow users or players to learn through three dimensional or 3D virtual environment and interactive quizzes. 

The approach of imparting education and knowledge through gaming modules is already popular in other industries. The technology made foray in healthcare sector with the help of PTI. The latest interactive approach is said will promote healthy competition and will encourage the staff to improve efficiency and productivity apart from seeking relative knowledge.