The objectives of power plant training programs are well documented and the training methods to accomplish the learning objectives have generally been the same for decades. Much of the training material is centered around black and white static 2D figures and illustrations accompanied by an instructor’s verbal description of how a specific component or system functions. This form of instruction requires a substantial amount of imagination and visualization by the student to create the necessary mental 3D working image of the equipment or system. Wouldn’t it be better if you could “show” the student how it works? That is exactly what we are delivering with our modern, visualization-enabled Learning Technologies.
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