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Hands on tools help trainees to develop.

Benefits of PC-based Simulators

  • Hands-on training tools help trainees to develop "muscle memory" for basic machine tasks, making the transition to field training on an actual machine much easier.

  • They reduce the need for "seat time" on an actual machine, which can result in significant fuel savings.

  • They are useful for aptitude testing, providing a measurable way to identify candidates with good operator potential.

  • They reduce wear and tear on machines used for training.

  • They teach good operating habits to trainees, providing a solid foundation that equipment owners can build upon using their training programs.

  • Simulator exercises are self-directed; students work their way through the simulation exercises without the need for an instructor.

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