SKILL ARCADE GAMES
As a spin-off of Future Road Builders, this game was built in partnership with the Associated General Contractors of South Dakota as a career awareness tool geared towards developing the required skills to be a heavy and highway construction apprentice.
Use your hand-eye coordination and spatial awareness to operate your dozer to perfection by digging trenches, pushing dirt, and filling holes in this fast-paced construction game.
Learn about the different phases of a highway construction project and uncover the skills needed to be a Carpenter, Pile Driver, Concrete Finisher, Skilled Laborer, Heavy Equipment Operator, and Inspector.
This game challenges players to select an outfit that is appropriate for the industry and position that they are interviewing for. Players unlock ranks and new positions as they progress
While answering interview questions, the player is challenged with controlling their avatar – keeping them from nodding off, fidgeting, looking around the room, slouching, and more. Land the construction job by mastering the interview!
This game puts the player in the hot seat of an interview, answering questions while also monitoring their own behavior. Small bad habits such as unnecessary hand gestures, slouching, and minimal eye contact can lead to disaster in an interview. By actively addressing these bad habits, players gain an understanding of what not to do in their interview.
Players are put in the shoes of someone who has just landed an interview. In this game, players choose how to manage their time, either by engaging in interview preparation tasks like researching the company and printing their resume or stress relieving activities like playing video games and exercising at the park.
Career Skill Development
Site Coach: Ladder Safety Construction
Players are challenged to investigate construction sites and practice identifying some of the most common hazards in ladder safety. The game features the following safety precautions: identification of ladder damage, use near fall hazards, secured ladders, placement of ladders in excavation, overhead power lines, selection of the right ladder, and so much more.
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