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task-based learning

achieve success step by step
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For THE organisatiON

Increase expertise

A task in fixed steps:

  • Offers training and reference in one
  • Is all about time-saving self-study
  • Activates capabilities to solve issues
  • Can be easily organised and broadly deployed
  • Is suitable for all types of IT application training


Create routine

A task in fixed steps:

  • Focuses on abilities
  • Offers practical and applicable knowledge
  • Offers familiarity when working with (new) applications


Going through a task step by step is still a very efficient way to master something. Demonstrating/imitating, trial-and-error, step-by-step, everybody is familiar with these learning methods. The learning format TASKSTEPS has been designed to learn to work with software, (online) applications, control panels and other dashboards, in a task-driven way.

Typical of the format are the compact units. These mini modules cover one specific task, which is simulated step by step. There is immediate feedback to the student which enables him/her to take corrective actions and motivates him/her to take the right steps.

TASKSTEPS allows the student to:

  • learn from mistakes
  • keep practicing in a safe environment
  • build up expertise and routine in his/her own tempo

What makes TASKSTEPS so special is its ability to accommodate different types of training: software simulations, role-driven training, process-based learning, complete help files, reference works, incident training, and central or decentralised implementation. All is based on the same pedagogical power: execute a task step by step.

TASKSTEPS offers comfort and uniformity, which is stimulating. This way ‘even IT courses become fun’!

An example of TASKSTEPS

Learning from a task in steps is easily achievable with a powerful Learning Format such as TASKSTEPS. Curious about other learning formats that can be deployed for successful learning? Discover the inspiring and activating formats of UNI‑Learning.

Training first impressions

Quick assessment of situations


Top-down learning

Explaining the why, what and how


Learning by knowledge drill

Flashcards with knowledge questions


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