Once renowned for their unique, world-class operative training, their reputation has been sullied by recent world events, and they are seeking professionals who will use gamification to revamp the design and delivery of their outdated training programs. The International Intelligence Agency is actively recruiting instructional designers, learning and development professionals, and facilitators with diverse ideas, experiences, and skills.
You’ll be assigned to a secret training facility known only as Camp GamiCon. At the Camp you will have to work collaboratively with other recruits, communicate, problem solve, and use your creative thinking skills to: · Collect and analyze foreign intelligence · Conduct covert actions · Develop innovative technology.
Your mission, if you choose to accept, is to determine which of the spy camp recruits are loyal and which ones are double agents. Teams must break codes, follow clues, and retrieve sensitive information, all in the name of making the world a safer place.
It's easy to romanticize about being a spy. In movies, spies brandish a wide variety of flashy gadgets and weapons, take part in high-speed car chases, race across rooftops, don clever disguises, only stay in five-star hotels, and fool foreign dignitaries with cunning charm. They wear chic clothes and even fall in love. But in real life? A career in the IIA takes a lot of hard work and dedication - often, with little public recognition for your efforts. Do you have what it takes? Click the link below.