Are you in the tissue manufacturing industry?
If you are, you’re going to like what we’ve got for you here.
It’s a fun-to-play, Wheel-of-Fortune-style word game that just so happens to be all about terms used in tissue manufacturing. How often do you run into that, right?
Use the game to test your own knowledge, or use it to quiz employees. You might find it especially useful if you’ve got some new hires with little previous tissue manufacturing experience. They may even thank you or tell you it was fun.
And don’t forget that you can project this on a screen and play it together as a group.
The word game is just a few paragraphs down.
You can play it anytime you want from our blog below. Plus we’ve also set up an option below for you to download your own copy and import it into your SCORM-compliant LMS.
In case you’re curious, the terms and definitions in this word game came from our Tissue Making Basics eLearning course, which is part of the Convergence Training Tissue Manufacturing eLearning library.
NOTE: If this game doesn’t display correctly for you, try playing it with the Internet Explorer (IE) web browser.
If you liked this game a LOT, you can download a copy for free. Please note that this free copy is in the SCORM format and is intended to play inside an LMS. You can’t play it if you don’t first import it into an LMS. If you’re not sure what that all means, check the two linked articles below before you download the word game.
If you’re now sure you’ve got a SCORM-compliant LMS, go ahead and download the tissue manufacturing word game.
Still reading? Below is a short sample of the Tissue Making Basics eLearning course that the terms and definitions came from. Click the arrow to play the video sample.
If you’re still with us, you can click the link below for more information about the course, including how to buy it for your workplace.
And lastly, to learn about online paper manufacturing training, download our free guide.
The Paper Manufacturing Training Guide
Use this simple, easy-to-follow process to put together effective training programs at your pulp, paper, tissue, and/or corrugated manufacturing facility.