Well prepared for the future
Faculty of Skills provides training programmes on many of the communication skills that today's students need to be well prepared for the future. These skills can be more generic, such as giving feedback and networking, or job-specific skills, for example for medical students. The software and video role plays are available in multiple languages.
Efficient and effective education
By selecting TrainTool, teachers choose more space in their lessons.
10+ years of experience in education
This is what students say
review: 10“I feel that this exercise has helped much more than just reading about these topics.”
review: 8“Before using TrainTool, I sometimes found it difficult to be concise and clear in my descriptions or explanations. Working with TrainTool has helped me to convey the right content at the right time.”
review 8“At first, it felt awkward to talk to a screen but I soon got used to it. In this training module, I learned how to deal with different cultures and how I can react to different situations.”
review: 9“It is an interesting, interactive way of applying motivational interviewing directly in a defined, familiar setting, in preparation for applying it in practice.”
review: 8“It is a great environment to learn in and you can ask for feedback.”
review: 8“Fun exercises, not too long, and good examples in the preparation.”
review: 8“It was a rather unique experience. You try something you haven't done before and you learn a lot from it.”
review: 8“It teaches me how to react in specific situations that you would otherwise hardly be prepared for.”
"Students are much better prepared"
First year medical students of the Radboud University learn the basics of conversation skills in TrainTool. Lecturer Remco Haringhuizen explains.
Want to know more about TrainTool in education?
Plan a no-obligation appointment with Wim Schellekens, Senior Consultant.
"With years of experience at universities and colleges in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and South Africa, among other countries, I would be happy to give you advice on how to revamp your skills education."