A Simulation-Based Training environment lets users learn how to operate complex equipment in a safe and controlled environment. They can identify the relationships between the different controls and get a feel for the proper sequence of steps. While all of this can be accomplished in person, Simulation-Based Training provides a less expensive, safer, more efficient, and more convenient approach to operation process education.
Our product uses cutting edge technology to create realistic simulations that can dramatically improve your training programs and instructional materials. By implementing a web based instruction program, you eliminate process down time caused by lengthy training procedures. Not only is simulated training more efficient in terms of time and recouped productivity, it is also designed to fit in with your standard operating procedures, greatly reducing the overall time taken to educate new employees.
From home electronics to cash registers to amusement ride consoles to heavy equipment dashboards, there is really no limit to the potential applications of our Simulation-Based Training. User-friendly, cost-effective and convenient, these simulations are web-based so you never have to install any special software and will never lose a minute to downloading updates.
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Simply put, Simulation-Based Training can provide your employees with the same specialized, hands-on, learning-intensive environment necessary to foster proper performance, while at the same time reducing or eliminating many of the disadvantages that in-person training on real equipment can pose.
With Simulation-Based Training, you:
Training with web-based simulations adds convenience, reduces risk, and saves time and money when it comes to operating large, expensive, hard to access, or potentially hazardous equipment:
Instead of purchasing additional equipment and/or training facilities, Simulation-Based Training can provide consistent training across multiple locations.
Not only can simulations enhance training, but they can also enhance or even replace instructional materials for many products that users may have difficulty using or understanding: