When it comes to cybercrime training, we know that e-learning has its place, but often, frontline staff don’t like it.  They want something more interactive and engaging. Frequently this is too expensive or it is too difficult to send all frontline staff on classroom-based training.

That is why Droman has invested in immersive learning as an approach to training staff anytime, anywhere.

The Police Service of Scotland clearly think that this has potential too.  Their experts co-developed our cybercrime training and frontline police officers are piloting it now.

The University of Abertay agree too.  Click on video to hear Dr Natalie Coull explaining why immersive learning through applied game technology is the way forward.