In the era of pandemic PROceed may prove to be a particularly useful educational tool. The Minister of Digitization encouraged the use of various methods of remote learning, including gambling. Proceed is an excellent educational tool in the current situation.

This academic year, we have been joined by the Staropolska Szkoła Wyższa w Kielcach, the faculty in Myślenice. The community of PROCeed games’ users is already about 1,000 people. The community of PROCeed users already has about 20 entities. We encourage you to share your comments and observations in the comments on the website.

In 2018/2019 we welcome the Social Academy of Sciences in Łódź among members of the community of new PROCeed users. We are happy to welcome every school that wants to start the adventure with using our tools. We wish you success!

This year, the academic community of PROCeed users has grown by two new members: Wroclaw School of Banking, Faculty of Economics in Opole and Medical University of Lublin. Welcome aboard!

We wish a Merry Christmas and a Happy New 2017 Year to all PROCeed users, supporters, fans and all casually Internet travellers. And to ourselves we wish to always meet your expectations and to help your professional and personal plans come true.

Our community of PROCeed educational games users has expanded this year with a new member – the WSB in Poznan. We welcome you warmly and wish you fruitful cooperation.

On 14th of September we have run the first “Training for trainers concerning using of simulation decision-based games PROCeed during academic learning courses”. It was held in the scope of autumn campaign for new higher schools, which have joined the PROCeed Users’ Society. Next training sessions will be held in the form of webinars.

June is the last month of licences validity in case of several partners. We thank for your commitment and trust until this very moment. Recently we have broadened our offer by new games. Thus our offer for the next academic year encompasses: „Flood” version 2.0 „Epidemic” version 1.0 „Railway accident” version 1.0 „Chain of Supply” version 1.0 (final edition) „Maritime Disaster” (betha version) For former clients a special discount is planned. In case of any questions please contact us at proceed@itti.com.pl or by phone + 48 698 692 464.

This year, the Faculty of Logistics of the Military University of Technology joined the PROCeed users. Welcome aboard!

On 18th of September 2014, the group of specialists in a field of crisis management attended to a workshop organised by the Voivodship Crisis Management Centre. The event was held in Wielkopolska Voivodship Office of Emergency Call Centre in Poznań. During the meeting, a presentation and demonstration of PROCeed system took place. The participants were introduced to a decision-making simulation game „Epidemic”. As a result of performing two parallel game sessions, there was a discussion on application our system in crisis management. After a short survey, the workshop was completed by a summary which led us to conclusions on the environment of decision-making games.

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