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Creating a powerful and playful training experience for thousands of staff members during the SMRT Service Excellence Staff Training Event.

CLIENT

SMRT

INDUSTRY

Public Service, Transport

EXPERTISE

Industrial Design, Workshop Facilitations & Training

Chemistry, SMART, Workshop, Staff Training

Background

Every year, the SMRT Service Excellence Staff Training Event aims to communicate the core values and principles of Service Excellence. 

Chemistry Team was asked to develop the overall user experience for the event in 2017 with the goal of grounding the staff in a fun, engaging, and hands-on training event that both informs and inspires.

What We Did

Chemistry Team set out to develop an event with a series of pop-up stations. We used gamification to allow the staff to explore different themes like collaboration, teamwork, and having an innovative mindset. In addition, they looked at how this relates to them in delivering SMRT’s service excellence framework. 

We began by processing SMRT’s service excellence principles. This includes looking at raw content of case studies and personnel that embody said values.

Subsequently, we developed customised games across different engagement stations, testing and adjusting all game mechanics to ensure each game worked to impart the relevant core concepts of service excellence. Eventually, this all relates back to each team member’s area of work. 

In addition, we developed the overall branding of the event as well as the industrial design for the physical pop-up stations. Also, we oversaw all print and screen collaterals, as well as the building of light-touch, yet informative interactions that allowed the staff to sharpen skills and apply their learning through play.

Impact

Over 2,000 SMRT staff members were engaged with the event – either in the beginning or end of their work shifts. The event was hailed a big success. Our work was applauded for creating a wonderfully interactive training event that achieved its objectives while providing a fun and engaging experience for the staff members.

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