Amatrol is bringing industrial realism to online learning through our new technical Virtual Trainers. Students can now get the look and feel of using real equipment via their computer. The Virtual Simulators replicate hands-on equipment in such great detail that students will feel like they are using the actual equipment. Students perform essentially the same industry-based tasks using the virtual equipment that they would perform using equipment hardware. With strong market pressure to gain skills quickly, virtual simulators let students develop skills at the speed of business.
- Build essential skills without access to actual equipment
- Exist in open workspace – Not forced along predetermined steps
- Reduce hands-on time with equipment to complete skill mastery
- Use as stand-alone learning tools, or part of complete curriculum
A key challenge of every learning environment is to match learning material to different learning styles. In Amatrol’s interactive multimedia, visual, auditory, and text based learning styles reinforce each other in well organized learning segments. Repetition, active problem solving, and self-reviews all provide feedback to students to build confidence in the skills they develop. Each topical area starts with basic concepts and then leads the student into a layered learning process of increasing depth. Practical application of the knowledge is central to all Amatrol learning materials. Students develop knowledge and then learn how to apply that knowledge to modern industry.
Teach Proper Procedures
Teach Task-Based Industrial Skills
Provide Basic-to-Advanced Skills
Amatrol's virtual trainers allow learners to practice hands-on skills via eLearning. These simulations replicate Amatrol's physical training systems in such great detail that learners can build essential skills even when they don't have access to actual equipment. This provides much needed flexibility in today's fast-paced learning environment.
Existing in an open workspace, these virtual simulations allow learners the freedom to make any connection or take any steps they choose, and do not force them along a predetermined series of steps. This provides a true learning experience and allows learners to learn from both their successes and errors. The skill level learners develop with these virtual trainers can greatly reduce students' hands-on time with equipment to complete their skill mastery.