In training and education face-to-face discussions are incredibly powerful. But for many organisations, groups cannot meet face-to-face. Valuable opportunities for engagement and learning are being missed.
However, people are still meeting in groups via Zoom, Skype and Teams. So, we have created a unique way of playing our board games online to maximise the value of remote meetings. It is called ZeST.
ZeST encourages the same intense group discussions as our board games, and it can be used by anyone during any online meeting. ZeST is perfect for learning and training in the current situation and can be used for stand-alone learning sessions or integrated into group meetings.
We offer a twelve month subscription for a single concurrent user within your whole organisation.
|Already own one of our games?||from £12.99 plus VAT|
|Buying a new game? Add zest to your order.||from £12.99 plus VAT|
|Buy a ZeST online game (no board game included)||from £39.99 plus VAT|
This game will help anyone interacting, working or volunteering with older people to understand how to help the older generation remain “food secure” by understanding the difficulties they face, from mobility and health issues, to lack of rest areas in shops and poor transport links. It helps players to consider the things we can do to help older people continue to live independently and access the food they want to eat.
The game uses question cards to help players understand what makes an older person food insecure and think about how we can ensure older people continue to enjoy the food they want to eat. Scenario cards ask players to identify issues faced by an older person in a particular situation and think about how the issues could be overcome.
Topics covered include:
The Food in Later Life Game can be used in training, for induction of new staff or a refresher for existing staff. It can be woven into formal training programmes, or used for informal learning in the workplace, in community groups or in education settings.
Suitable for anyone working with, volunteering with or providing a service to older people such as: