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APPROACHES TO TRAINING IN MANUFACTURING

Posted on: September 27, 2015 by in RSSMasher
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APPROACHES TO TRAINING After a business has made the decision to upskill existing employees, it must decide on the delivery method. Common approaches to training include, classroom training, virtual classroom training, microlearning (learning in short bursts when the worker desires it), and simulation training. For highly complex tasks or dangerous jobs where errors can be deadly, simulation training provides a safe and effective Continue Reading ...

Food Automation & Manufacturing Conference and Expo 2018

Posted on: September 27, 2015 by in RSSMasher
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[Transcription] Hi everyone, my name is Samer Forzley, I’m the CEO of Simutech Multimedia, and I’m excited today to talk to you about a recent trip to Florida, for the Food Automation and Manufacturing Show 2018.  It was a great opportunity for us to meet some of Simutech Multimedia’s customers face-to-face, and to learn more about the manufacturing industry. During the show, we got to spend some time and learn about Continue Reading ...

Simulation for training: How NASA leveraged simulation learning to win the space race

Posted on: September 27, 2015 by in RSSMasher
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Simulation for Training At Simutech Multimedia, we believe in the power of simulated training. That’s why we are fascinated by stories of people and organizations that have successfully used simulation for training. The US space agency, NASA, is a prime example of an organization that uses simulation for training before missions. The story of how NASA used simulation for training the astronauts in Apollo 11 (the mission to send Continue Reading ...

The Biggest Threats by Age Group

Posted on: September 27, 2015 by in RSSMasher
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Content warning: This content includes information about difficult experiences that could be upsetting for some readers. The odds of dying from a shark attack are 11.5 million to one—and sadly, there are much more threatening causes of mortality than those that Hollywood fetishizes. For example, people between the ages of 55 and 64 have a higher chance of dying from cancer (284 deaths per 1,000 people). So in lieu of asking Google or a Magic 8-Ball about our fate, analysts at SafeWise Continue Reading ...