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Unique design helps your mine reach new levels of productivity and safety.

VISTA's done it again! - Now even better with Task Model videos.

DozerLogic™ uses the same proven unique, task-driven approach to operator training as our award winning TruckLogic™ curriculum. It again integrates web-based training; a simulator if you have one, and structured on-the-job training aids to help ensure trainee knowledge retention. In addition, we added a new tool - task model videos. This unique design helps your mine reach new levels of productivity and safety while helping new and experienced dozer operators get proper bulldozer certifications. During a DozerLogic™ train-the-trainer session, we help you deploy a training methodology that can be delivered faster, with more consistency and at a lower cost than traditional instructor-led and on-the-job training.

DozerLogic™ Is Instructionally Designed To:

  • Improve safety on the mine

  • On-board new and experienced dozer operator trainees quickly

  • Help new operators reach their production targets quickly and safely

  • Minimize reactive maintenance and improve dozer life

  • Improve the consistency and overall level of operator performance

  • Reduce the impact of training on production

  • Reduce training costs

DozerLogic™ Includes:

  • 25 web-based training (WBT) lessons contain over 1000 screens of interactive, multimedia-enhanced content, which provide in-depth training in basic operating principles, best practices and potential problem scenarios.

  • Embedded "check your knowledge" quizzes measure what each student has learned. Test results can be stored in a learning management system and used to tailor coaching to each individual trainee.

  • Simulator Integration. The ability to add affordable customized wrap around training for your simulator, if you have one. VISTA has designed DozerLogic™ training to be integrated with simulators to help the operator gain experience in the core skills of operating in a safe environment.

  • Task model videos are used because the coach cannot ride along in a dozer like they would in a haul truck. These videos have been designed to give the trainee both an in-the-cab and bird's eye view of the tasks being done by an experienced dozer operator.

  • On-the-job training (OJT) materials: Structured activities reinforce what trainees have learned in the online learning sessions. The field trainer versions of these OJT tools contain checklists and space for recording notes and operator assessments.

  • Laminated diagrams: Laminated diagrams of dozer control layouts and pre-use inspection steps help operators retain what they've learned.


All of the elements of this training curriculum have been instructionally designed to meet the needs of adult learners. The blended learning model employed by DozerLogic™ helps your new workers learn how to operate a dozer and retain more of what they've learned. That, in turn, means less retraining in the field and faster onboarding.

How does your existing operator-training program compare?

Traditional classroom training is no longer adequate to meet the needs of operators of today's sophisticated tasks of a dozer. It's not enough to fill the heads of new trainees with information, and then expect them to operate complex production assets safely and productively. Your operator-training program may be limiting your ability to improve productivity and safety in your mine. Do your dozer operators understand how their performance affects the mine's overall productivity and profitability? Dozers may perform tasks in the shovel pit, dump area, haul road, dikes and above the shovel. All of the tasks performed in these areas affect the mine's bottom line.


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